Brian talks about some of the seemingly inconsequential things that most people don't pay attention to and why they're important to be aware of to maximize your chances of success.
SCG Invitational winner Brad Nelson returns to writing with the story of how recent events in his life caused him to reevaluate and change his relationship with Magic.
Pro Tour Gatecrash winner Tom Martell is back with an in-depth look at how he built his Theros Sealed pool at Grand Prix Toronto last weekend. Leave a comment with your thoughts!
If you're looking for something different to play at SCG Standard Open: Oakland or SCG Classic Series: Columbus, be sure to read about the B/R deck Mike's been working on.
Today Sam tries out Stanislav Cifka's U/W Control deck from the Top 8 of Grand Prix Vienna. Watch to see if it's the real deal before #SCGOAK and #SCGCOL this weekend!
Two-time Grand Prix winner Reid Duke writes about the importance of basic lands in "fair" Legacy decks. Study up before the SCG Legacy Open in Oakland, California this weekend!
William Jensen tells you about how he was able to make Top 4 of Grand Prix Toronto last weekend, going in depth over his Sealed deck and each of the three drafts.
In this week's article, Adrian talks about the direction he thinks Esper Control might go in after the results of Grand Prix Vienna. Check it out before #SCGOAK and #SCGCOL!
Watch as Ari plays with both Mono-Black and Mono-Blue Devotion to see which one you should pick up for SCG Classic Series: Columbus or SCG Standard Open: Oakland this weekend!
Four-time Pro Tour Top 8 competitor Patrick Chapin writes about his testing for #GPDFW and what decks you might want to be looking at for #SCGOAK or #SCGCOL this weekend.
Sam Black narrowly missed continuing his streak of Top 8s at Grand Prix Toronto. He talks about how important sideboarding can be using his second Draft deck as an example.
In today's article, Todd steps away from the strategic side of Magic to offer up some suggestions on how to become a better sport and ultimately a better person.
Get excited for Standard this weekend at #SCGCOL and #SCGOAK by watching this week's BBD vs. CVM!
This week Tom writes about the Naya deck he's been working on along with a couple others he's seen. Take a look before #SCGCOL and #SCGOAK this weekend!
Read about how Frank Skarren built his Theros Sealed deck and drafted his way to a Top 64 finish at Grand Prix Toronto last weekend.
Get some inspiration for SCG Legacy Open: Oakland as Carsten tells you about taking a break from Storm and the decks he's going to explore in the meantime.
AJ Kerrigan returns with some advice about goals and how you can use them to achieve more success in Magic tournaments.
It's been quite a while.
Today Bennie helps out a reader who is working on a sweet Golgari deck for his friend to play when he returns from deployment in Afghanistan.
If you're looking to beat Mono-Blue Devotion and Mono-Black Devotion this weekend at #SCGOAK or #SCGCOL, BBD suggests giving Esper Control a try.
Glenn gets back to Modern this week with his favorite deck in the history of the format: Amulet Combo!
This weekend the SCG Open Series will take place in Oakland, California, while the SCG Classic Series will be held in Columbus, Ohio. Get all the info here!
Today Alex highlights a few combo decks that might be good choices to take into the eight-man Pauper queues on Magic Online. Check them out!
Abe introduces the Identity Crisis variant of Commander with a deck built around Momir Vig, Simic Visionary. Let him know what you think in the comments!
In this episode of the Magic Show, Evan goes over highlights from the first half of 2013.
Chris VanMeter talks about the PTQ he made Top 8 of this past weekend and what you should think about playing in Standard this weekend at #SCGOAK or #SCGCOL.
See if you should consider playing U/W Control at #SCGCOL or #SCGOAK this weekend by watching Jim play a match with it and reading his thoughts about it.
This week Sheldon finally rebuilds his Adun Oakenshield Commander deck. Let him know what you think of the new build in the comments!