There have been some big price movements across formats this week, so Adam explains what’s going on…
Felidar Guardian has been banned, and that means we have to re-think everything we know about Amonkhet and the upcoming Standard format….
Niels is here to discuss a speculation target he’s been on for a few years: has it paid off, or should he continue to hold out for more?
With Eternal Weekend around the corner, Brian discusses the value that old cards can hold due to nostalgia, and suggests a few pick-ups he sees as undervalued.
A lot of the power and consistency of Vintage comes from the availability of tutors. Scott discusses Oath of Druids and Tinker this week and discusses how the introduction of Dack Fayden has caused some reconsideration as to what the best targets are.
Scott Fielder recently took Storm out for a spin in a local Vintage tournament. He breaks down each match and highlights several interesting decision points.
Ryan took Grixis Keeper to the finals of a Minnesota Vintage tournament. With Vintage Masters being so hot, now’s the time to consider what to play in constructed Vintage!
Ryan updates us on his search for a Vintage deck to play at his upcoming local event.
Who could have predicted Aluren’s sudden tripling in price? In hindsight, the writing was on the walls – it was just a matter of when. Sigmund looks at the contributing factors and highlights other cards with similar attributes worth keeping an eye on.
What levels of speculation risk you are comfortable with? Is your portfolio diverse enough? Sigmund discusses different Magic card risk levels and explores examples of each.
Neale Talbot continues his series on how to build a better mono-green commander deck.
The Devil’s come to collect his due: everything you own for the next six cards.
Joshua examines the Vintage format and provides a look at proxy strategies for deckbuilders on a budget.