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Hearthstone Spotlight! Trump's Videos

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On this week's Hearthstone spotlight we would like to present an invaluable resource for all those who take Hearthstone success seriously (and who are not already massively experienced card game players): Trump's stream. Along with his YouTube channel, these resources constitute an impressively vast amount of educational Hearthstone content.


While Trump is, of course, an extremely skilled player, this is not what makes his content as important as it is. Rather, you will find it valuable because of how well Trump explains his moves, and because of how he helps newer players adopt the correct strategic state of mind.

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