Scott Fielder follows up his first article with a more in-depth look at strategy with Dredge. If you want to master the nuances of the deck, this is an excellent place to start.
Vintage Masters has already been a wild ride so far. As the spoilers roll in, what can you do to protect and grow your portfolio?
Today Alexander Carl interviews Vintage guru Stephen Menendian! Read on for their discussion of the impending release of Vintage Masters and the future of the format online.
Vintage is an exciting format, but sometimes daunting to newcomers. Join new writer Scott Fielder as he guides you through one of Vintage’s marquee decks, Dredge.
A controversial Tweet last Friday left Sigmund with self-doubt. This week he explores his overall investment strategy and explains how he allocatates his resources between the stock market and MTG investments.
As someone who’s been playing Magic for about five years, you may not have expected that I played much Vintage. After all, who really does? And, to be fair, it’s not like I’m slinging Moxes all over. I’ve never owned a piece of power (closest I’ve come is a Bazaar of Baghdad in my personal […]
Everyone’s talking about how Vintage Masters will affect prices of Vintage staples online–but the impact could be even greater for Legacy. Alexander Carl explains.
Sigmund spent a few hours last weekend trading with the Grinders at SCG Cincinnati. So much information can be obtained from attending large events and this was no exception as he shares his observations from the trade floors.
We’ve received little information about Vintage Masters so far, but enough to generate some hypotheses. Matthew Lewis offers some specific predictions.
This appeared in Scrye Magazine in 1994, and dug out of the Time Vault by a redditor. A letter from a concerned mother says it all. Those damned computer markets with their high frequency trading and their robot algorithms. In all seriousness, however, Magic is both a game and a commodity. If only 1994 Mom knew […]
Vintage is coming to MTGO this summer by means of Vintage Masters. Sylvain Lehoux picks some Vintage staples that may rise as a result.