Rob thinks that now’s the time to start hoarding this card.
Hey, QS Readers! My name is Chris Martin. I’ve been a casual Magic player since the Urza’s Saga block and I have played at a lot of kitchen tables across the Midwest. As I aged and my opportunities to play dwindled, I found myself dabbling with Magic finance to stay in touch with the game. My writing focuses […]
It’s Kyle, not Paul Revere, and he’s sounding the alarm on all the big changes you should be prepared for.
There’s been concern over the market’s health lately, but is a correction really bad for the market? Sig explores why panicking is not the best strategy in this environment.
Edward covers the latest shifts in the wake of Pro Tour 25th Anniversary, including a new section that highlights major targets he missed in earlier articles.
While it didn’t take down the tournament, BR Vengevine made waves on the Pro Tour coverage. Adrian looks at cards slated for increases in response to the new arrival to Modern.
Guillaume provides an overview of the recent Legacy format and the way it’s shaped up after last month’s bannings.
Brian lays out his thinking on how we can be best prepared to act around some of the cards most in need of a reprint today – many of which are likely to see new versions soon.
Rob was caught off-guard by this card’s price spike. He still likes it though and he tells you why in this segment!
The layout of your store may sound like a boring topic, but it has real implications for customer experience and sales. David looks at the best practices for game stores in this area.
Matthew Lewis presents the MTGO Market Report for this week, evaluating important events in the online market and highlighting a “trade of the week.”
Rob loves this card but not its current price! Learn more about it here.
What’s the link between results from premier paper tournaments and MTGO prices? Adrian looks at a few high-profile examples to see what lessons we can learn.