Continuing with last week’s series, Sylvain reviews which rares from M14 and Return to Ravnica may constitute a good investment after Standard rotates.
Starting with mythics, this week Sylvain discusses which cards from M14 and Return to Ravnica may constitute a good investment after Standard rotates.
In this new chapter of his Nine Months of Portfolio Management, Sylvain discusses the poor decisions he made with Return to Ravnica block cards–the losing category of his portfolio–and explain what not to do with Standard positions.
David Schumann covers the second half of rotation pickups for this Fall, going over Gatecrash and Dragon’s Maze.
Standard rotation brings many prices to their lowest. Through some examples of his Nine Months of Portfolio Management series, Sylvain exposes which cards are likely to constitute good investments when fall comes.
Corbin Hosler reviews his calls from Dragon’s Maze to see how accurate his predictions have proved several months down the line.
Ryan has brought something fresh and spicy to the Standard table this week. If Thawing Glaciers was your speed way back when, then you’re sure to love this creation.
Ryan evolves the SCG-winning Esper list from this past weekend in Philadelphia, now complete with 100% more Augur of Bolas.
Ryan recommits to Standard, evolving his UWR Control list even further. See if you agree with his changes, or can pick up some fresh ideas for this quickly evolving format.
This week Corbin Hosler is back to form, examining which standouts from the Block Pro Tour are likely to make the transition to Standard next year.
Ryan evolved his UWR Control list from last week, drawing inspiration from the winner of SCG Dallas this past Saturday.
It’s time for Matthew Lewis’s review of every mythic rare in Dragon’s Maze. He discusses which are under- or overpriced and what to target.
00Ryan breaks down the reasoning behind the new Standard deck he’s brewed. See if you agree with his choices for approaching this fresh Standard format.