As fun as Commander is, it's more fun if you're Cube Drafting too while you play it! Abe Sargent takes a look at Magic Origins to update his Commander Cube, picking the best cards for each key archetype's needs.
After #SCGCHI, a lot of people were scratching their heads about the Rally the Ancestors deck, wondering whether it was any good or not. After this weekend's tournament win for a Rally deck at #SCGRICH, it appears we have our answer.
With this weekend's #SCGRegionals right in his own backyard, Anthony Lowry is excited - both for the event and the plethora of great options he's got brewing up for Standard this weekend!
This week Carsten Kotter takes a look at Legacy's top tier as a preview to #SCGDC, anticipating what the best decks in the format are and how likely each is to make a significant dent in the Legacy Open's metagame.
The addition of Magic Origins to the Standard card pool has really fleshed out Magic 2015's artifacts theme, and today's deck from #SCGCHI focuses on blue and red's shared appreciation of colorless power cards!
Two of Adrian's favorite Modern decks have potentially gotten key updates with Magic Origins cards, and he prepares them both for the $5K Premier IQ at #SCGRICH this weekend!
Todd Anderson and Chris VanMeter battle Standard today with the intent of figuring out how good the Five-Color Rally deck is under pressure, so they put it up against another key deck from #SCGCHI to see how it holds up against R/W Aggro!
Magic Origins has quite a few interesting legendary creatures to build around for Commander, and Bennie puts Ma and Pa Nalaar to work in this off-the-wall combo machine full of interesting and unexpected outcomes!
Gerard examines eight decks from #SCGCHI that fell just outside of the spotlight's circle, looking at 17th-24th to discern the broader trends of the Standard metagame for #SCGRICH and #PTOrigins over the next two weeks.
Hot off of a semifinals appearance at #SCGSCHI, Ross Merriam examines how the Week One Standard metagame matched his expectations and what he thinks are the top decks at the moment.
An interesting new take on an old deck will always catch GerryT's eye, and a faster, more aggressive version of the tried-and-true B/G Constellation deck grabbed his attention at #SCGCHI! Check it out for #SCGRICH this weekend!
Cedric Phillips sits down with Patrick "PSulli" Sullivan to go over the results of #SCGCHI, discuss Patrick's trash talking game when playing basketball, and give former SCGLive director, Conor O'Donnell a proper send off.
After failing to innovate for #SCGCHI last weekend, Jim Davis looks at some of the most interesting decks from that event as he prepares for #SCGRICH.
The most intriguing combo decks combine two different plans so it is harder to disrupt them, and today's Modern deck of note mixes Scapeshift's Valakut kill with Kiki-Pod's killer infinite combo!
Michael Majors fell in love immediately with the Rally the Ancestors combo deck from #SCGCHI, and he shares his love - as well as a few alternate builds as we take more metagame information into account - in this week's article. Check it out in time for #SCGRICH this weekend!
For today's Commander Versus Video, it's a battle amidst the planes between Daretti, Freyalise, Ob Nixilis and Teferi. Which Commander will win the Multiverse?
This week Chris VanMeter looks at the top decks and final results of the new Standard format's Week One metagame by digging through an entire weekend's worth of stories and decklists out of #SCGCHI.
For today's Daily Digest, GerryT examines an unusually grindy and controlling take on Wild Nacatl and friends in Legacy. Test it out and maybe give it a whirl this weekend at the $5K Legacy Premier IQ at #SCGRICH!
What makes a player worthy for the Magic: the Gathering Hall of Fame? Sheldon explores what he looked at this year as he casts his ballot, and expands his view beyond the Pro Players to ask whether non-players should also be inducted into the Magic Pro Tour Hall of Fame.
Now that the PPTQ system is well-established and has fully replaced the former PTQ system, Mark Nestico asks a provocative question: is this helping or hurting the achievement of the PPTQ system's stated goals?