This week Sig reexamines buylist prices for Alpha and Beta and notices Star City Games now has the best prices on an array of cards across all conditions.
Quiet Speculation welcomes Mauro Acerenza to the team with his first article on transitioning from competitive Modern player to Reserved List investor.
This week Paul looks at the results of the Standard Hooglandia Open, some cards he has his eye on, and the card he's most excited to play in Standard.
ChannelFireball announces Magic: The Gathering Las Vegas, November 19-21, including two $25,000 main events.
This week Daniel dives into the Pioneer format, exploring the top decks in the metagame, and his own potential choices for the upcoming ManaTraders event.
This week Kai digs into one of the forgotten products of 2020, looks at who was its target audience, and its long-term prospects.
In the latest installment of his Uncommon Report, David looks at Zendikar block, one of the most popular blocks of all time.
This week Sig discusses taking chances on buying damaged "Four Horsemen" cards, and the rare gems you sometimes discover.
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.
Quiet Speculation is proud to welcome Daniel Goetschel to the team with his first article of tips to improve your Magic game.
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