The Trashalanche is hosted by Brent Halliburton, Brit Pybas and Mike Fouchet and is mostly about Pokemon and mostly about the TCG.
Ep 50! Pokemon go to space, Japanese Nationals, Pokemon Book Release!, Brands Pokemon could acquire, PC4, Mewtwo Welder, Stadiums, Shadow Rider, Chill, Horror House Strategies, Spiritomb, Brent rants!, Caturday, Raichu/Inteleon,
The Shadow Rider Episode! Tornadus VMax, PokeBeach, PC4, Moltres & Friends, Inteleon & Friends, SSH-on, Sandaconda
Mike wins a SSH-on Tournament w/ Ice Rider, PC 4 results, Pokemon Invitational, Inteleon, Ice Rider, Shadow Rider, Spiritomb, RS Urshifu, RS Malamar
Trashalanche - THE BOOK!, PC4, Decidueye & Limitless, Ice Rider card-by-card, PTCGO prices and trades, Shadow Rider, ADP Moltres, Darkbox, Eternatus, LMZ
Old school usernames, PC4 results, Mike's move, Healthy Format, Pokemon 2022, Age Division drama, Ice Rider Calyrex, Inteleon & Friends, Malamar, Shadow Rider Calyrex, PikaRom, Eternatus, LMZ, RS Urshifu, Blaziken, ADP, Blissey,
Marnies IRL, Tweetalanche conclusions, SwSH-on meta, Deep Dive for PC4: Rillaboom, PikaBDIF, RS Urshifu, Double Game Losses and Scooping, Assymetric Cuts!, Chilling Hot Takes
I started to listen to the podcast 4 or 5 weeks ago, and now it’s something I look forward to every week. Great analysis on current events in PTCG, meta analysis and matchups. I feel like every minute of the podcast has relevant content. Brett and Brit (sp?) are awesome, and Mike has incredible knack for simplifying the approach to matchups and techs. I tried the Podcast maybe 6 months ago and I couldn’t get into it- maybe my knowledge and understanding of the game has improved to where now I full appreciate. And maybe these guys have also improved. Keep up the fantastic work Dan (count_da_money)
Fantastic Pokémon tcg podcasts
There have been very few and none currently ongoing that are as good this one for competitive Pokémon tcg information.
Amazing Competitive Level Podcast
Fantastic contest for keeping up with Competitive Pokémon scene. The hosts are all well versed in all things Pokemon TCG and do a great job linking past, present, and future in order to make calls on the current meta. As someone who can’t play much outside of the weekends, the Pod does a great job summarizing the state of the meta and helping me know what some of the best plays are. They hosts do a great job covering some of the more intricate parts of the game such as the sequencing in certain matchups that you just won’t get anywhere else.