David S. experimented with buying bulk rares on TCGPlayer. The experience yielded some unexpected results, exposing an issue with how TCG sets shipping prices.
Beardy outlines the common types of Magic misprints and offers tips on how to turn a profit from that knowledge… but not all misprints are worth collecting!
Magic is constantly reinventing itself—it’s Sig’s favorite characteristic of the game. This week he shares his beginner’s mindset in exploring new avenues.
Sig shares his naive investigation of the Magic original art market as someone with no experience, highlighting stumbling blocks as he learned about this area.
While Sig sold his Alpha cards shortly after Magic 30 Las Vegas, he’s continued monitoring pricing trends. Lately, a few eBay auctions have piqued his interest.
“Everything is bigger in Texas.” Sig’s Spring Break family vacation offered new inspiration for this week’s article: a look at valuable oversized cards.
Sig has fond memories of playing Magic as a kid. One of them is his perspective on nonbasics, AKA “weird lands.” This week he shares some of his favorites.
Now that Oathbreaker is an official format, what are the hot cards? What specs should we look for? David S. shares six cards he has on his radar.
With Lord of the Rings on the horizon, Joe a.k.a. Beardy has one piece of advice he needs us to take to the bank… whatever you do, DON’T preorder the set!
Sig isn’t sure he could ever leave Magic altogether, even though he does respect those who do. This week he shares five reasons why he remains engaged.
Last weekend, a friend declared that he sold out of Magic. Sig’s first reaction was…envy!? He explores five reasons selling out of Magic can be net positive.
Sig went viral on Twitter! Okay, maybe that’s hyperbole, but why did his recent tweet comparing prices of Revised and Magic 30 Tundra get people talking?
Joe aka “Beardy” talks about his modern-day trade for a Revised Edition dual land. Is it still possible to get chase reserved list cards on the cheap?