Chris follows up on his article covering Ixalan’s best opportunities nearing rotation. This week he shows us the potential in several cards from the second set of the block, Rivals of Ixalan
David continues with his analysis of undervalued cards in Standard in anticipation of rotation. This time he covers Rivals of Ixalan, along with some notable rares in Ixalan block.
Whether you’re just looking to get started or are an experienced investor, Kyle’s guide to speculating on MTGO throughout the calendar year is a must-have resource. You’re going to want to bookmark this one.
Kyle goes deep on uncommons from Rivals of Ixalan, telling you exactly where he’s putting his money and what he’s avoiding.
Building on the success of Ixalan speculation, Kyle’s here to share his approach to Rivals of Ixalan rares. What’s likely to make us the most money?
Rivals of Ixalan seems to have stabilized in price, hovering around $55 for the past three weeks. That’s a bit higher than I had expected, but now that the typical array of gauntlets, flashbacks, cubes, and masters set releases has begun in earnest, the infusion of supply of Rivals of Ixalan cards into the MTGO […]
Adrian dives into week two of the post-Rivals Standard metagame. These are the strategies flying under the radar and the cards he suggests to target.
Now that mythic prices are starting to settle down, Brian is starting to target Rivals of Ixalan cards for Commander. Here are his picks for the most underrated ones.
The metagame is settling on MTGO after the Standard bannings. Which cards is Adrian buying – and which is he staying far away from?
Last week David covered Rivals of Ixalan cards for Vintage and Legacy play. Today he dives into the set’s much more numerous contributions to Commander.
With Rivals of Ixalan out and cards still selling at inflated presale prices, Brian looks at the underrated cards from the new set that are flying under people’s radar.
This week’s bannings and the release of Rivals of Ixalan promise to bring about big changes to the Standard metagame and the market.
Here’s a quick reaction to today’s B&R Announcement: 1/15/2018