This week David looks at specs based on legends from The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth that will make a splash in Commander. What makes a good buy?
This week David S. provides some ideas on how Wizards of the Coast can save the Standard format.
This week David S. looks at the values of the current Standard sets. Do any have sealed product worth picking up, or is cracking packs a losing proposition?
Wizards’ big announcement of extending Standard may have some financial ramifications. David S breaks them down and looks at opportunities for speculation.
David S. experimented with buying bulk rares on TCGPlayer. The experience yielded some unexpected results, exposing an issue with how TCG sets shipping prices.
An article from another site on the rising cost of Magic has David S. questioning “Is Magic really getting more expensive?” Join him as he runs the numbers.
Now that Oathbreaker is an official format, what are the hot cards? What specs should we look for? David S. shares six cards he has on his radar.
David S. returned from SCGCon Charlotte with a breakdown of opportunities for players, buylisters, and traders… and one group loses out quite a bit.
David S. discusses the recent spike in cards for Urtet decks, as well as some juicy targets the speculators may have missed. Is it still early enough to strike?
David S. discusses the viability of Wizards of the Coast’s current strategy from the local game store owner’s point of view. Will Magic die without the LGS?
David S. got to sling some Sneak and Show in person, and is back with both a tournament report and some juicy financial takes for Legacy lovers.
David S. reassesses Wizards’ “fireside chat” in the new year, talking data, dishonesty, and implications for the game’s future and that of its players.
David S. looks at another hobby passion of his for lessons he can pull into Magic finance and running his store.