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Limited Resources
A weekly podcast dedicated to improving your play at Magic: The Gathering with an emphasis on Limited play.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 1,318 ratings
LSV bullies Marshall
It’s subtle, and he plays it off like it’s a joke, but it’s there. Nearly every episode, lurking just beneath the surface. I find it hard to tolerate, honestly. Please knock it off. That said, this is beyond a doubt the best M:tG podcast and I can’t recommend it highly enough.
Gideon Ravenor via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/04/21
Yes
Love the content
Zeebiggboss via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/29/21
Great show
This podcast is my go to whenever I am going to a draft or prerelease they are to the point and care about the power of every card in any set
superdrafter via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/26/21
Recent Episodes
This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis do two full drafts on the show to walk you through they approach Strixhaven draft! Sometimes you ask for a specific card, and sometimes you get a specific card. Enjoy!  Use the code LR at checkout on channelfireball.com to help support the show...
Published 06/17/21
This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis go over the broad strokes and every archetype of Modern Horizons II in the MH2 Primer show! WotC has pushed the envelope even further on these special sets and this one seems the most crazy yet. Listen in to find out how the set works and which...
Published 06/11/21
This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis welcome Sierkovitz from 17lands.com on the show to do a deep dive on the data from Strixhaven! With a lot more data this time around, the guys go deep on the intricacies of of the format as well as the pitfalls that come with this much data!  Find...
Published 06/04/21
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