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Apr 10 2015 11:00am
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Thanks for the shout-out by Joe Fiorini at Sat, 04/11/2015 - 10:08
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Thanks for the shout-out guys! That makes my day.

Keep uup tthe good work!

A plea for less salt in online dailies by TurboK at Sun, 04/12/2015 - 05:31
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Hi guys,

Vintage is the most high variance format in magic, and many MTGO players can't seem to handle it. We should learn from the irl Vintage community where 99% of players are just happy to play, even if they lose. If you think you lost undeservedly just take 30 sec break to calm down, and take your fingers off that keyboard. We don't want other players to feel uncomfortable and make the community worse!

The MTGO vintage community is a small group of people, if we want dailies to continue to fire we have to stick together.


You know, you're right. It's by Joe Fiorini at Sun, 04/12/2015 - 06:46
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You know, you're right. It's something that I am personally committed to working on for myself.
Lately, I try to remind myself that I've had plenty of great hands/games, and just because I did bad this one night, it isn't the end of the world.

I think TurboK, that you are the best example that I've seen. After our first match, you were extremely polite and gracious. If I could be nice like that every time I lose, I'd be happy with that.

*Just my opinion* While I by country hillbilly at Sun, 04/12/2015 - 13:18
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*Just my opinion*

While I agree with the stance on generally not degrading the play experience for all players - I HATE the idea of muzzling people who play passionately - from one side or the other.

Why should I sit back and take it if someone slow rolls? Because it is good for the community? I try to be a grown up about most things but I can't stand by and even *act* like I agree with 'always being nice for the integrity of the format'

Sometimes people deserve to be chewed out - even me <3

*Just my opinion*

Playing passionately is fine, by TurboK at Sun, 04/12/2015 - 18:36
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Playing passionately is fine, but it's not the same as calling your opponent a bad player or idiot, like a lot of online players do when they lose. Just don't do anything you wouldn't do in an IRL tournament, being online shouldn't change anything.

I'm not saying always be nice, just don't tell other player that they play bad/like an idiot/etc., everybody makes mistakes (don't play optimally) and Vintage is a complex format.

Slow rolling is something that *I* don't understand why a lot of player gets upset about. I had players get angry at my for slow rolling, when I just make sure I've thought through all my options before going for the win. But if somebody clearly is playing in a manner that meant to piss you off (like not attacking with Blightsteel with Valt/Key in play), feel free to express your opinion.

Thank you for the podcast guys, I look forward to it every week.
I've been playing a very spice brew in the last 2 dailies (2-2 in both, and beat Stephen Menendian), and got very close to money both days. Hope I can put up a result next week so you guys can discuss it, it's not great, but very fun to play!