As Gatecrash spoiler season ramps up, Corbin looks to specs from older sets that may benefit from the new Standard environment.
David Schumann continues his series on Modern and Legacy staples, this time looking at commons and uncommons to see which are likely to get reprinted.
David Schumann overviews the major staples of the Legacy format, and discusses the likelihood of reprints and price changes for each.
Chad looks at some of his recent Standard calls. makes a new one for Modern season, and looks at one of the spoiled Gatecrash mythics.
As many have predicted, Modern prices are spiking in anticipation of the impending PTQ season. After cashing out on old opportunities, Corbin discusses what to target next.
Mike Lanigan looks back at the year to analyze his tournament experience as a whole, ultimately emerging better prepared for the coming year. An excellent article for anyone looking to up their game.
Modern PTQ season is nearly upon us, which presents many opportunities for the speculator. Corbin explains how this season will impact your Magic portfolio.
David reviews the stability of Eternal staples and the impact that Modern Masters will have on the market.
Mike battled in the Modern GP in Chicago this weekend with Naya Pod. Read on to hear about his matches, and how a couple spicy singleton inclusions fared.
Grand Prix: Chicago was this past weekend and the format was Modern. How good for us! Modern moves a lot of card prices, even though it doesn’t get played that much. It’s the reason that Remand and Kitchen Finks are worth so much; why Path to Exile pushes $5. The PTQ season is coming up and Modern cards are going to be in demand for awhile. With continued WOTC support, with Modern Masters, with shocklands being reprinted, this format is coming together… if it can deal with Jund.