Tournament Reports for Magic: The Gathering. - by Jamie Wakefield
This book is based on the author's personal experience of pro/tournament play. The book is 6" x 9", and 168 pages. The book has a list price or $14.95, meaning it will cost about $12 bucks at Amazon.com. This book is pretty new (at least as Magic books go right now) - 1998 publishing date.
If you are looking for deck construction advice, then this book is probably not for you. This book is essentially a kick-ass autobiography on the M:TG life & times of the author. I loved this book. It is cool to live through Jamie on the ups & downs of trying to make tourney cuts. Nothing is sugar coated. Reading this book is like talking to one of your buddies, while sucking back a cold one. I got a some good belly laughs out of the book, and a deeper understanding Magic in general. I highly recommend this book if you want to read some good stories about Pro-Tours and Qualifier's, from a good player's point of view. Just plain old fun to read. Once I picked it up, I couldn't put it down.
Note: The author really assumes you have a pretty good understanding of Magic. This is not a beginner's book. There is a lot of jargon that will go over a beginner's head. But then again, I really think this will help a beginner
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