The SCG Dallas Open showcased some interesting developments in several formats. Eddie takes stock of new technology and logs the changes to his portfolio in response.
Magic Arena is here, but Magic Online (MTGO) still has a lot to offer. Adam breaks it down for us.
Another week of Guilds of Ravnica, another set of recommendations. Eddie provides the latest moves in his portfolio, including some Modern breakouts and a few odd foils.
Standard popularity is booming, with clear implications for the financial landscape. Kyle considers the future prices of shocklands and some other key cards in this context.
Magic Arena is the future of Magic, but Adam argues that the growth of the digital game means great things for the paper market as well.
Week one of new Standard is upon us, with an SCG Standard Open in the books. Eddie looks at the latest holds and folds in the context of the emerging metagame.
Kyle’s got a breakdown on all the implications of the most recent changes to Treasure Chests on MTGO. This is info every online player or investor should know.
Kyle breaks down in detail the top eight cards you should have your eye on during the upcoming rotation.
For this week, Eddie brings more Guilds of Ravnica spoiler talk and a dive into one of Magic’s newest formats to crop up, Premodern.
Chris has some thoughts on Guilds of Ravnica: Mythic Edition and its distribution model. How could this impact the future of Magic?
Eddie weighs in on how the bombshell new tool for BGx decks, Assassin’s Trophy, will affect other cards, all while covering his latest holds and folds for the week.
It’s time to cover the uncommons from Core 2019. What does Kyle note as good?
This week has a nice focus on lands, but we’re not referring to the Legacy deck. Eddie also starts touching on Guilds of Ravnica spoilers.