25 is a lot of life. Why not just try to deal 10?
There’s a downside to playing control decks in multi-round events.
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.
Mark Hinsz recounts this past weekend’s SCG Invitational event, where he piloted Big Zoo in Legacy and Dungrove Elder Wolf Run in Standard, and shares with us his thoughts on the meta and the refreshing philosophical lens he’s recently applied to the game.
Trey Ballew showed up with a homebrew for States in Oklahoma and Top 8’ed with a spicy rogue list! Is this the next breakout deck?
Chad talks about changing Standard stock into Legacy staples in his article today.
Seeing the results from the National Qualifiers and thinking back on the article I wrote on Vampires, I was led back to that deck. I really love this Vampire deck and what it is capable of, I play it well, and I have had more success with it than any other deck this season. With all those things being true, how could I not play it again?
Gregory teams up with Jay Schneider to bring you an exciting and potentially format-crushing deck at the last minute!
How did your financial predictions about Mirrodin Besieged turn out? Corbin Hosler grades himself on his own predictions in this weeks’ Revenue Review.
Gotta love the bad guys, this week Kellen goes into the ichor oiled waters and tries an assortment of standard deck lists involving infect. Who says your opponent’s at 20?