Adam continues his journey through the history of transformational sideboards. Today’s article features two landmark aggressive decks. Learn how to leverage the past for success in the future.
Picking up where Sylvain left off, he explores the success of M14 rares in his MTGO Portfolio Management series.
Mike Lanigan is equipped with a brand new Standard brew, G/W Constellation. He shares his thought process building it and the final result.
Ryan reexamine’s Red Devotion, churning up some surprising results with Eidolon on board.
In the past, Block Constructed formats have been major indicators of the upcoming fall Standard format. Today Adam analyzes sideboards from the Theros Block Pro Tour with an eye toward the future!
If Elspeth is so powerful in R/G Monsters in Block, why not jam her in the Standard equivalent? Mike Lanigan makes the case for a Standard port of R/G Elspeth.
While Block Pro Tours are not a perfect predictor of post-rotation Standard, they can still provide valuable insights. Danny Brown looks to Atlanta to see what lessons we can draw this year.
Mike Lanigan provides his recent thoughts on G/B Dredge, before recounting his rounds at a TCG Player tournament with Mono-Blue Devotion.
When it comes to the topic of sideboarding, you have to prepare for almost anything. Ryan highlights some strange scenarios and offers insight into the question “What do I do when…?”
Jund with… Chromanticore? If you’ve got all the Temples, you gotta check this out.
The summer lull in Standard is the time to start considering what to do with last block’s cards. Danny Brown examines this year’s batch in detail.
Mike Lanigan covers a variety of topics in today’s article, including an update of Standard Dredge with the new Journey cards.
Every year the block format presents unique opportunities for speculation. Corbin outlines the basics and sees how they apply to Theros.