Grand Prix Porto Alegre and the SCG Dallas Open are in the books, which means some big gainers and losers in Modern. Read on to see how these events will affect the format’s financial state.
Esper and G/r Ramp are the new kids on the block in Standard. Ryan examines their financial impact and discusses the cards that should be on your radar.
The Top 8 at Pro Tour BFZ was full of established decks. Mike Lanigan digs into the Top 16 to discuss some more interesting decks that nearly made the cut.
Chaz suggests some last-minute preparations before Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar. Some cards on the rise can still be purchased for attractive prices.
We’ve seen a lot of price movement in the weeks leading up to Pro Tour Battle for Zendikar. We can definitely expect more this weekend, and Ryan is preparing.
As always, staying ahead of metagame developments is crucial for the Magic financier. Mike looks at the new contenders in Standard as we move into Pro Tour weekend.
The new Jace is the hottest breakout card on the MTG market, but it’s not all Standard hype. Jace is just realizing his Modern potential and the ceiling is high on this powerful planeswalker.
Chaz revisits his pre-rotation targets to see how they’re faring in the new Standard. There were some hits and some duds, but in both cases much to learn for future rotations.
Ryan expects a wide open field for PT Battle for Zendikar, an environment Four-Color Control is uniquely positioned to capitalize on. He shares his thoughts and a rough sketch of the deck.
In a format with absurd mana, it’s important to push limits. Could Mantis Rider and Crackling Doom combine to be a pillar of new Standard?
Brian has been testing the new Standard format in preparation for SCG Indianapolis. He shares the cards from BFZ that have performed well, along with the financial takeaways.
Adam looks past the Battle for Zendikar hype to explain why we should pay attention to existing cards. He shares some cards poised for post-rotation gains.
Doug Linn tries to get a bead on the new format by examining the outgoing class. What can we learn from this last week of Standard?