The printing of new commanders can increase demand for old cards that pair well with them. David looks at the four-color commanders to see what may be primed for a jump.
DJ returns to the discussion of bulk, this time to go over how different printings can impact picks.
The full Commander 2016 spoiler is out. David shares his observations on cards of note and what we may glean about Wizards’ reprint practices moving forward.
DJ discusses the types of cards that might be worth picking from Commander 2016 bulk.
As WOTC strives to make Standard less expensive focus is shifting away from Modern and Legacy. Despite this, Sigmund sees a bull market that some may be missing.
David presents some more picks in his Long Shots series, cards with very low buy-ins and potential as Commander, Modern, or casual hits.
Niels offers another glimpse into the casual mind with direct examples of card evaluation. He applies the criteria outlined in his last article to several cards from Eternal Masters.
When unique, old cards suddenly become relevant they can jump sharply in price. David presents some “long shot” speculations with potential that haven’t broken out yet.
Magic finance inspiration can come when you least expect it. While wandering the grocery store, Sigmund recently discovered an interesting opportunity involving Commander 2014 decks.
David wraps up his Conspiracy 2 review with a treatment of Commander. He shares his picks for the most relevant cards and how prices should adjust.
As the rotation of Dragons of Tarkir and Magic Origins nears, David is already considering what to pick up for eternal play. He shares seven key picks today.
After a recent foray into the Commander format, Brian shares some financial advice surrounding the format and a few interesting pickups.
David completes Part 2 of his review of Eternal Masters for Commander. These are the cards worth picking up in trades or sniping in packs during a draft.