Kyle breaks down in detail the top eight cards you should have your eye on during the upcoming rotation.
Do you like Cube? Do you want to have one of your own? Card Kingdom has provided a new way to get started, and Danny breaks it down for us.
Adam recounts his experience at Grand Prix Indianapolis, where his first time at the trade table in years brought him into contact with a binder full of counterfeit cards…
Adam explains how Channel Fireball’s decision to support Pauper at upcoming Grand Prix could impact the market, and he identifies what cards he specifically has his eyes on.
Some seemingly random commons and uncommons from Magic‘s first two sets are priced surprisingly high. Sig discusses what they are and why they’re holding value.
A card like Black Knight might not seem exciting, but if it’s an Alpha copy it will still hold value. Brian considers what we may be missing in the earlier sets of the game.
Matthew Lewis presents the MTGO Market Report for this week, evaluating important events in the online market and highlighting a “trade of the week.”
As Dredge continues its march to Modern’s top, Sheridan is here to help you buy the anti-Dredge staples you’ll need to beat the new menace.
On the eve of Eternal Masters’ release, Alexander enlists the help of two expert drafters to break the set down and get a bead on the winning strategies.
Between Eldritch Moon, Eternal Masters and Kaladesh, Magic players have plenty to look forward to. Brian considers some financial opportunities that may result.
David Schumann covers the MTG Stock Watch, with an analysis of the biggest gainers and losers across several categories of cards.
Mike Lanigan eschewed a 5k last weekend in favor of watching coverage from the World Championship. He recaps the strategic lessons he took away.
Ryan has brought something fresh and spicy to the Standard table this week. If Thawing Glaciers was your speed way back when, then you’re sure to love this creation.