Failed specs may sting, but they can be an opportunity to learn. David looks at his specs from last Standard season that didn’t pan out to draw lessons for next time.
The new set means rotation, and that means picking up staples on the cheap. David looks at his current picks for the ex-Standard cards with the most potential.
Rotation brings price dips, which means the time is ripe for buying. Brian looks at the best cards to pick up right now from the rotating blocks BFZ and SOI.
The makeup of current Standard can tell us a lot about what to expect come rotation. Guillaume looks ahead to consider which decks will survive intact or perish horribly.
The Pro Tour is in the books, and there are some very important price movements going on that are worth taking a look at. “Yeah, yeah, Kyle, the cards in the Ramunap Red deck spiked and many others fell off.” Shockingly, that would be incorrect! While every Pro Tour in recent memory has given the winning […]
Kyle discussed uncommons last week, but what about rares and mythics? There are pitfalls and opportunities here, and Kyle walks us through them.
As rotation nears, we all need to be conscious of the opportunities on cards departing Standard. Jim looks at some likely slow gainers for Commander.
Bulk cards are spiking, and that means DJ has things to tell you. Check it out!
Pro Tour Kaladesh is over and Brian is cashing out on the hyped cards and shifting his attention to last year’s block. He shares card-by-card insights for this week.
DJ covers a range of topics this week, from Magic’s newest announcements to some tips on dealing with bulk!
With the addition of new Shadows over Innistrad staples, Dredge is making waves in Modern. Sheridan advises how to invest intelligently in the new powerhouse.
Diego presents an infographic of the major changes in value from Shadows over Innistrad. These are the biggest cards that over- or underperformed expectations.
Following up the initial box report on Shadows over Innistrad, Diego shows how the set’s value has evolved in the intervening months.