Check out the videos below from the Legendary Old School Magic Player – Brian Weissman. In these videos, Brian shares a version of the deck that features a singleton Shivan Dragon as his main win condition. Brian since then as changed his deck based on the meta-game, but the videos below do give a lot of insight of how “The Deck” should be played for it to be successful against your opposition.
Bog Wraith says:
I would also add that Brian was the first and IMHO, the best on air/stream analyst covering U.S. Nationals & Pro Tours in MTG's early days. He was a font of knowledge in regards to both the cards and decks played at the highest level, and also with most of the top players in the game. He communicated that knowledge better then anyone I've ever heard, to this day!
I miss his keen insight, sense of humour and laid back delivery.
He's also one of the nicest, classiest guys I've ever seen!
When MODO was relatively new, WotC hosted a tournament that could be watched by the viewers by logging in and checking out the replay of matches that were played by the top player of that time. During this, there was allot of chat going on between hundreds of viewers and the players too. Brian was among them and I had the privilege of chatting with him for about 15 minutes. He was wonderful and informative and it was an absolute joy & treat to be able to do so, It's something I will always cherish.
Oh, I also have seen his YouTube channel and it’s definitely worth your time to watch.
Good to see you again, my old friend!
You really need to stop talking over the person you're interviewing. Half of these videos consist of you saying pointless things and interrupting Weissman. People don't watch these to hear you shout "you heard it here first, guys!" in response to his explanations. Let the other person speak and don't say anything unless it's actually topical.
Gabriel Tsang says:
Came across this just now and watched part 1. Brings back many memories old friend, good too see you are still sharp.
Awesome stories and hope you still have that Revised Fork. 😀
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