Modern’s stability continues unabated. However, there are signs that, beneath the surface, change is occurring. David E. has the data to demonstrate the change.
David E. finally made an RCQ Top 8 after consistently underperforming. He discusses what it took to get there, his preparation, and some tricks of the trade.
David E. attended a Modern RCQ this weekend. Despite being his preferred format, it didn’t go well. Winning takes more than just good preparation, after all.
The Regional Championship Qualifiers are now in full swing. David E. has some less mainstream advice on how to prepare for them this week.
David serves his first tournament report in a bit, describing a crash-and-burn with Burn brought to us by a common Modern occurrence he dubs The Fringe Effect.
Andrew continues his layers series by delving into triggered abilities, especially missed triggers, and with the murky waters of handling this common error.
The more things change, the more Burn stays the same. David reviews the striking anomaly of Burn’s enduring power in the context of post-MH2 Companion Modern.
Watching his wife play poker helped Paul unpack problems with his mindset after a disappointing finish at the Store Championships. What did he learn?
Is Burn still competitive in the new world of Modern? Mauro attempts to answer that question with a recap of his recent Magic Online experiences.
UndyingMTG shows you how to get the most bang for your buck with these three cards in Pioneer format, this time with an aggressive Gruul slant.
Pioneer is set to pop off when paper Magic returns, and this week Joe takes a look at five Pioneer all-stars to speculate on.
A changing Pioneer metagame, new Modern developments, and Theros Beyond Death spoilers all make for an exciting time in Magic finance heading into 2020.
With the release of Modern Horizons looming, Wizards announced no changes to the Banned & Restricted list. Christopher looks at the cards that stand to gain right now.