Jason continues his discussion of Gatecrash-free Gatecrash speculation, and surveys the newest iteration of the metagame around the world.
Jason Alt continues his discussion about the different schools of thought in Magic finance and reports on the recent tournament results.
Jason muses on the politics (and economics) of patronizing your local gaming store, before delving into results from the SCG Invitational and Open in Los Angeles.
Jason comments on the precarious nature of online orders before a price spike, discusses the new trigger rules, and surveys tournaments from Baltimore to Indianapolis.
This week Jason Alt muses on finance and retrospect alike, shows off some killer alters and dissects the SCG Invitational results.
Jason hails the arrival of a new Legacy deck developed by QS’s own, marvels at auction-goers’ utter ignorance of Magic value, and peruses the weekend’s tournament results with his characteristic wit.
Jason waxes poetic about the upcoming Gen Con, presents some famous characters immortalized in Magic card form, and reports the (shocking) tournament results from the weekend.
Jason helps spread the news about the Magic community’s latest brainchild, The Booze Cube, before delving into the weekend’s tournament results.
This week Jason bears witness to an historical Magic transaction, reports the slew of typos to appear in Magic products of late, and praises recent rogue deck builders for their quixotic quest to render Magic fun.
In today’s installment Jason sings the praises of Twitter’s contribution to the Magic community, offers up a visual guide to the world of Magic cuisine and discusses the latest Grand Prix results.
Join Jason as he reviews the recent announcements regarding Return to Ravnica, the arrival of M13 on the tournament scene and the usual bevy of internet oddities.
Last week Mike described how he choose a deck for a full weekend of Standard tournaments, including the WMCQ and a PTQ. Today he describes the games in detail and tells us how he fared.
Sigmund has scaled back his exposure to the stagnating Standard format, turning his attention to some conservative plays while awaiting Standard’s rotation.