Richard Hagon takes you from the opening draft to the final play in his four-part audio recap of Pro Tour-Geneva.

Pro Tour-Geneva in Review

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The letter D!id you miss out on all the excitement of Pro Tour-Geneva? Let Richard Hagon take you through all three days of the first event of the 2007 season. If you're not a regular reader of event coverage, this is a great starting place to learn the top players and storylines we'll be following all season. With exclusive player interviews, analysis of draft strategies, explanations of formats and the PT season, and much more, it's a cornucopia of information.

PRO TOUR-GENEVA IN REVIEW

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  • Part 1: Day One in Review (17.7MB mp3)
  • Part 2: Day Two in Review (12.3 MB mp3)
  • Part 3: Top 8 in Review (21.1 MB mp3)
  • Part 4: Pro Tour-Geneva Final and Winner Interview (15.9 MB mp3)
  • PRO TOUR-GENEVA EPISODES

    Follow along throughout the first two days of Pro Tour-Geneva with regular updates from Richard Hagon.

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  • Saturday, 10:01 p.m.: On to the Top 8! (14.8 MB mp3)
  • Saturday, 5:05 p.m.: Heading Down the Home Stretch (10.2 MB mp3)
  • Saturday, 2:20 p.m.: Movers and Shakers (11.5 MB mp3)
  • Saturday, 12:17 p.m.: Starting Saturday (14.0 MB mp3)
  • Friday, 10:01 p.m.: The Cut is Made (9.7 MB mp3)
  • Friday, 5:13 p.m.: Drafting the Day Away (12.9 MB mp3)
  • Friday, 3:15 p.m.: The Trap Door Opens (13.8 MB mp3)
  • Friday, 12:24 p.m.: Day One Begins (12.7 MB mp3)

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