ChannelFireball announces Magic: The Gathering Las Vegas, November 19-21, including two $25,000 main events.
This week Paul looks at why people invest in Magic, and how the reason they do determines what they should spend their money on.
Is Alliances really just Force of Will or bust? Kai outlines the growing potential of Alliances as an underappreciated set in a new era of Reserved List investing, and why you should be paying attention to other cards in the set.
Kai takes one last look at Time Spiral Remastered, with cautionary advice on the expectation of set and singles values.
With the new set Time Spiral Remastered coming out later this month, how might it perform on the secondary market? Kai explores the info and makes predictions.
Wizards is supporting greedy mana bases in this format. Which types of cards are most worth splashing and which should we avoid?
What to do with those Ravnica Guild Boxes? Corbin Hosler explains why some sealed product can be a good investment and why there is some you’d rather avoid.
Mike takes a break from his usual constructed brewing and walks us through his X-2 sealed pool at Grand Prix Nashville.
Jason Schousboe managed to take down the Iowa PTQ last weekend and score some free airfare to a quaint little burgh in the Pacific called Honolulu. Read on to hear his report.
Have you practiced sealed? A format distinct from draft, Jason Schousboe shares the value and process of constructing your very own sealed cube in preparation for testing the pool.
“If I may lend a machete to your intellectual thicket.” – Captain Jack Sparrow Hello SitS fans…Scene in the Store is happy to announce that our sponsor, The Game Room, has hosted its first full fledged Magic event! So yeah we had our first real event at the store on Sunday, complete with promo cards […]
Welcome back to Scene in the Store everybody. I hope all of you had a great week and had a chance to attend a prerelease last weekend, or at least got to see some of your buddies cards. We took a group of 7 for Saturdays sealed event and 3 of us went to the […]
Forrest Ryan laments the technical pitfalls of drafting Innistrad, from your local card shop to the Pro Tour, and leaves us with a few tips regarding which Innistrad (and Innistrad affected!) cards you may want to pick up.