Monday’s MTGO announcement suggests great things ahead for the program in 2019. Adam breaks down what it all means, including how the market is already reacting.
Right on the heels of the Pro Tour, Eddie covers the latest movements in his portfolio. Some breakout cards from the PT are worth selling into hype now, for starters.
This week Eddie circles back around to rotation to highlight Standard and Modern. He also provides a new way to keep tabs on cards he mentions in his articles with a public spreadsheet.
In this article, Eddie puts reader feedback into action. He also provides a new section to give us real-time insight to reflect on previously mentioned cards.
Eddie makes his QS debut with a new series aimed at tournament players. Which cards should the tournament grinders be picking up or trading away?
Brian’s noticed that the Power Nine is behaving differently from the rest of the Reserved List market. What does this mean?
Brian explains why SCG CON is primed to shake up the world of Magic events in a huge way. What effect will this have on finance?
The real estate market in Seattle is surprisingly reminiscent of recent Reserved List chatter int the world of Magic. Sig discusses the parallel and attempts to predict what’s to come.
The market manipulators are at it again, this time targeting Bazaar of Baghdad. Rather than get upset, Sig considers the practical implications and how we can respond.
Matthew Lewis presents the MTGO Market Report for this week, evaluating important events in the online market and highlighting a “trade of the week.”
David pores through the Commander 2017 spoiler for all the cards with eternal potential, covering their chances of seeing competitive play and in what archetypes.
Mishra’s Workshop has long been one of the most broken unrestricted cards in Vintage—and price may be one factor keeping it that way. Brian explains.
David reviews Aether Revolt for potential eternal playables, covering the cards he believes show the most promise in Modern, Legacy, and Vintage.