This week David S. looks at the values of the current Standard sets. Do any have sealed product worth picking up, or is cracking packs a losing proposition?
With the Arena Qualifer Weekend on the horizon, Rob switches focus from Draft to explain the nuances of ONE’s Sealed format in a best-of-three environment.
Sig’s focus at Magic 30 was talking to vendors, but he did manage to play in two side events that weekend. This week he shares brief reports of both events.
Unfinity is coming! In a special bonus article, Rob offers tips and analysis to help you go un-defeated at your local Unfinity prerelease.
Join Tony as he attends his second of two local Prereleases to play some games and share engaging stories from his fellow players.
This week Sig relates how the decks he built last week from a pair of Mirage and Fifth Edition starters played, and reflects on his quest for nostalgia.
Join Tony as he attends the first of two local prereleases, playing a few games and sharing engaging stories from his fellow players.
After swearing off sealed product years ago, Sig once again dips his toes into this space for its investment potential. He shares four reasons why he changed his tune.
Adam dives into Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty with an at-home prerelease on Magic Arena. He walks through his deckbuilding process and takes us through some games.
It’s Kamigawa Neon Dynasty prerelease time! Paul looks at a few preparation tips that can help you win your event, and shares his Sealed deckbuilding process.
ChannelFireball announces Magic: The Gathering Las Vegas, November 19-21, including two $25,000 main events.
Prerelease is one of the most exciting times for Magic. This week Paul presents a guide to preparing for your prerelease so that you have the best experience.
Ryan played a ton of Dragons of Tarkir sealed this weekend. Take a look at the decks he played and find out what he learned about the format!