Rob Pisano was a finalist at Grand Prix Indianapolis and made top 8 at Grand Prix Denver. He’s a Silver level pro soon to be Gold.
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Khans of Tarkir
Jace, Vryn's prodigy
Rob loves the challenge of deck building and high-level play.
Learning how to lose. Be social at the table and you'll develop a good relationship with your opponent. This will help take the sting of losing.
Second Pro Tour, Rob lost two win and ins to the top 8.
Qualifying for the Pro Tutor for the first time. Rob made top 4 of an RPTQ and was so excited.
Rob learned how persistent he can be.
Getting discouraged when odds are in your favor. Stay focused and keep your head in the game. Always ask "how can I win this?"
In modern, you need to ask "What's changed since the loss of big event?" In Standard, you need to test a lot. It's tedious but the results will come.
Play Magic! Go to as many competitive events as possible.
Play Magic often. Leagues help.
Take loss as a challenge. Be friendly with everyone, Magic is the best game. If you're not having fun, make it fun. Innovate and come up with your own ideas.
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