With Rivals of Ixalan out and cards still selling at inflated presale prices, Brian looks at the underrated cards from the new set that are flying under people’s radar.
This week’s bannings and the release of Rivals of Ixalan promise to bring about big changes to the Standard metagame and the market.
Matthew Lewis presents the MTGO Market Report for this week, evaluating important events in the online market and highlighting a “trade of the week.”
Here’s a quick reaction to today’s B&R Announcement: 1/15/2018
The market is beginning to react to Rivals of Ixalan spoilers, so Adam explains what cards are moving…
Kyle’s here to break down in detail how the recent changes to MTGO prizes will impact you, the MTGO player and investor.
Brian anticipates a Pro Tour metagame highly defined by Temur Energy. He outlines the cards and strategies he’s targeting as a result.
Chaz leaves no stone un-turned in pursuit of valuable information prior to PTXLN!
Ixalan is a few weeks old, but players will still wait for the Pro Tour results before buying in. Brian looks at the cards most likely to spike based on his testing.
The Magic World Championship showcased two known decks alongside newcomer UB Control. Brian surveys the emerging meta and considers speculation targets.
Mike details the value in several real-life cracked boxes in the Ixalan Box Report, before covering gainers from the SCG Open weekend in Dallas.