Want to attack the Standard metagame with something different at #SCGDET? Find out how from Pro Tour Dragon's Maze Top 8 competitor Andrew Shrout!
Carsten Kotter explains what threat value is, how to use it, and how to counteract it, especially in the Legacy format. Take a look and leave some feedback.
Hot off of a second-place finish this weekend at the Milwaukee Standard Open, Adrian analyzes the game theory behind selecting singletons for your deck and the rational deckbuilding decisions that come with late-game inevitability.
What are the things that happen behind the scenes that lead to wins? Seven-time Grand Prix Top 8 competitor Ari Lax talks about having a plan you can execute, mulligans, and more!
Join Grand Prix Boston-Worcester winner Brian DeMars as he expands upon the importance of context throughout the game of Magic: The Gathering.
Pro Tour Born of the Gods winner Shaun McLaren focuses on the improvements you can make to your mindset that will translate to more winning in future tournaments.
Carsten provides a model for how to approach unusual decklists correctly, which is an important skill for events like SCG Legacy Open: Dallas this weekend.
In today's article, Brian passes along some of the best advice that he has gotten over the years in regard to becoming a better Magic player.
Pro Tour Born of the Gods winner Shaun McLaren goes over what makes a successful control deck and provides some insight on why he thinks control decks rock. Check it out!
Take a look at the Next Level Deckbuilding Seminar presented by Patrick Chapin at Grand Prix Richmond!
In his 100th article for StarCityGames.com, Chas Andres tells you how Pro Tour Born of the Gods has affected Modern card prices just in time for Grand Prix Richmond this weekend!
In this week's article, Grand Prix Boston-Worcester winner Brian DeMars writes about how to better assess situations where you ought to be bluff attacking.
Adam Boyd updates his U/W/R Delver list from the Top 8 of #SCGSTL and then offers up some advice about playing scared, playing scary, and being able to adapt.
In this week's article, Patrick teaches you how to play decks like Burn in all formats against counterspells. Check it out before #SCGSTL this weekend!
Robust Pauper decks tend to share certain functional qualities. Today Jason explores their various forms and asks you to find even more!
This week Todd aims to help you evaluate Magic cards based on individual power level so that it's easier to discern what cards should make the cut in the decks you're building.
In this week's article, Brian talks about the importance of good sportsmanship in tournament Magic and provides tips for how to achieve it.
GP Louisville winner Brian Braun-Duin sets out to correct more common mistakes he sees players make a lot in Standard in the sequel to one of his popular articles from last year.
What does it meant to "play fair" in Pauper? Jason discusses the notion of fair things and looks for ways to overcome his addiction to them.
In his debut as a regular writer for StarCityGames.com, Andrew Shrout tells you why he'll probably be playing U/W Control at the Standard Open in Nashville.