Mike Langian continues his review of M15 for Standard, covering blue and white. Be sure to tune in next week for the final section!
We’re soon to enter that strange limbo time in Standard when both core sets contribute to a brewer’s paradise. Jason Alt asks how to take advantage of this pre-rotation mayhem.
With a few M15 spoilers out, Ryan takes an early survey of the post-RtR Standard environment and highlights some exciting options for the future.
Mike Lanigan recaps his tournament at GP Chicago and goes over some promising spoilers from the upcoming M15.
The old joke is that if you put a $10 bill into every pack of Magic cards, players would complain about the way it was folded. Now, I don’t know the truth of this, but there is certainly a tendency for the vocal minority to be, well, vocal about issues they don’t like. Last year […]
Mountains were on top of the mountain in both tournaments in Las Vegas, Nevada, last weekend at #SCGVEGAS.
Grand Prix Moscow 2014 has been completed, and the winner is Igor Gorbunov with R/W Burn!
After 16 rounds of competition plus an insanely stacked top 8, Tom ‘The Boss’ Ross has won the second StarCityGames.com Invitational tournament of 2014 that took place in Columbus, Ohio, this past weekend.
Mike Lanigan looks at Standard right before the SCG Invitational and considers the financial impact of Conspiracy and M15.
In prep for the upcoming Columbus SCG Invitational, Ryan returns to his RW Devotion list and shares his updated sideboard.
Standard rotation has a strong effect on MTGO prices. Sylvain graphs out past trends and explains how this period of the year affects Standard speculations, particularly with cards from older sets.
Reuben covers the results of this past weekends’s Star City Games Open and offers a few observations for how to approach both your format of choice.
This week Paul shares a list that exploits the synergy between Courser of Kruphix and Underworld Connections before putting the game away with Rakdos’s Return. Is this the best of the BGx options in Standard? Paul thinks so.