Ryan qualified for PT Origins via the PRTQ in Lenexa this weekend with his trusty Chromanticore deck. Check out his tournament report and ideas for the deck going forward!
Mike Lanigan is back fresh from the first Regional PTQ with a tournament report. He also discusses finance in Standard and Tiny Leaders.
The week before the first Regional PTQ ever has seen no shortage of interesting developments in the Standard metagame. Mike Lanigan provides his thoughts on the format.
Mike Lanigan continues his exploration of new Standard with some exciting decks that made an appearance at the Invitational and a few brews of his own.
Mike Lanigan shares his thoughts on the new Dragons of Tarkir Standard in preparation for the first RPTQ ever! Read on for his initial builds of archetypes he is considering.
The first season of PPTQ’s has just drawn to a close. Mike Lanigan looks at how the new system has compared to expectations, before covering some new developments in Standard.
The first season of PPTQs came to a close on Sunday. Was your experience with the new qualifying structure positive or negative?
At first glance, the turnout at GP New Jersey indicates the health of Legacy. But is there more than meets the eye? This week Sigmund examines pricing trends to make his own assessment, which may be gloomier than expected.
Sigmund has two related topics in this week’s article. First he explores the continuation of Standard’s downtrend, then he shifts focus towards Thoughtseize specifically, where he makes makes some interesting comparisons…
The only thing worse than a catastrophic bug during the top eight of a major MTGO tournament is the WOTC attempt at damage control…
Sigmund didn’t have much luck at last weekend’s PTQ, but he did observe a few financial trends in his dealings with the retailers on site. This week he shares his observations and identifies his new favorite pick-up for the next few months.
New buyouts are taking place, which can mean speculation is back in action. But Wizards’ changes to the Pro Tour structure could bode poorly for Modern. Sigmund reconciles the two in this week’s article.
After over a year of speculation, Star City Games has finally announced support for the Modern format. This week Sigmund assesses what this means for your portfolios, and how Standard, Modern and Legacy may (or may not) be impacted.