David S. got to sling some Sneak and Show in person, and is back with both a tournament report and some juicy financial takes for Legacy lovers.
Adam’s back with a Modern tournament report fresh from SCGCON NJ. Read on to see just how Indomitable his Creativity was this weekend!
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.
Tony visited another LGS this past weekend to try out a format and deck he’s never played before. Check it out and see if Budget Vintage might be for you!
The next RCQ season has arrived. David E’s first tournament didn’t go well, but there are still lessons to be learned about Pioneer and how to be a Spike.
Tony attended a Store Championship this past weekend playing one of his pet decks. Did a Yorion-less format help him succeed? Come and find out!
The Magic 30 celebration is approaching! Sig shares his plans to maximize the event and provide the best coverage he can to the Quiet Speculation community.
Joe aka “Beardy” looks at the new set Unfinity and wonders if groups that previously would not play with silver border cards will now embrace “Un” cards.
David E. shares the playtesting method that took him all the way to day two of his first Pro Tour. How can you incorporate his method into your own testing?
When players build new decks, they often skip straight to playtesting. David E. explains why that’s like skipping from concept design to full product release.
Joe aka “Beardy” examines the critical timing in a Commander game when one player takes a big lead. If the table unites against you, can you still win?
David E. finally made an RCQ Top 8 after consistently underperforming. He discusses what it took to get there, his preparation, and some tricks of the trade.
Adam takes a step back to go over how he prepares for a tournament, what decisions go into his deck choices, and the ways to tweak a deck for a winning result.