Tom Ross's article "First Or Dead Last: Play To Win" struck a nerve with Brad Nelson! He thinks The Boss could improve his results at the SCG Dallas Modern Open with a different approach, and so could you!
Learn the fundamentals of brewing with Conley as he explores Ixalan! Come for "Woods" of wisdom and stay for the Axis of Mortality brew! Can this card make it in the new world?
The rules change that will make planeswalkers legendary, replacing the old "planeswalker uniqueness rule," has given Adrian Sullivan lots to think about. Today, he speaks his mind.
A series of remarkable reprints in Ixalan will reshape interaction in Standard! Jadine doesn't just go card-by-card, though; she has your essential framework for thinking about upgrades and downgrades!
With the massive Standard shake-up looming, once-popular cards find themselves looking over their shoulders! Ross Merriam shows you how to compare cards that would otherwise fit in the same niche!
What happens when Jim Davis mixes Magic and fantasy football? Only one of the most important articles you'll read this Standard rotation! Make sure you have these formerly second-string cards before their stock soars!
Magic isn't just about maximizing your cards' impact. Minimizing the effectiveness of your opponent's cards may be even more important! Jadine Klomparens gives examples from Standard ahead of Grand Prix Washington DC!
A successful controlling Draft deck is a work of Limited art. But how can one pull off this complex trick? Ryan Saxe shares his insights into the essential ingredients and the process of collecting them!
We've all faced the temptation of a build-around card Pack 1, Pick 1 of a draft. But what makes a build-around card worth the risk? Ryan Saxe has your guide to the good, the bad, and the crazy!
What makes a deck work? Emma Handy breaks down the concept of cohesive deckbuilding, the differences between "good stuff" decks and synergy-driven machines, and much more!
What is the single most important quality for brewing in Magic! Chris Lansdell suggests it can be summed up in two simple words: "Be open." But open to what? He explains all!
Switching colors mid-draft can be dangerous, but sometimes the risk is worth the reward! Ryan Saxe has the not-so-secret formula for figuring out when to speculate on a seemingly powerful card.
Are you trying to make your Magic game more consistent? That's great and all, but The Boss doesn't want any part of it! There's a reason Tom's trophy case is robust, and it's because he doesn't play for anything else! Get his guide to spiking Modern here!
Storm's resurgence in Modern isn't lost on Emma Handy! She's taken a liking to the deck and wants to teach you how to pilot it! Join her as she talks dead cards, all-stars, and sideboarding with Modern's newest old archetype!
The pick order is an essential tool for drafters of all skill levels, but knowing when to deviate is essential for getting better! Ryan Saxe introduces you to the when and the why!
Questions have traveled through the aether to Brad Nelson's current undisclosed whereabouts, and his replies have arrived! Get his takes on pre-tournament routine, the best Todd in Magic, whether Zombies is a trap, and more!
We've all been in a seat where the picks aren't making sense. What went wrong? Is it really the other player's fault? Ryan Saxe gives you a few pointers on getting the most out of your draft!
Jadine Klomparens knows Longtusk Cub. She's played with it. She's played against it a thousand times. But this time? It taught her a valuable lesson! Read up and get closer to Standard mastery before Grand Prix Washington DC!
It's some of Magic's longest-standing Constructed orthodoxy: "Play exactly 60 cards." But what if that's not correct? Sam Black explores the possibilities of running more than 60 cards in Modern ahead of SCG Richmond!
Think combo decks are all one-dimensional? Think again! Conley Woods peels away the complex interlocking pieces of his Intruder Alarm deck and the intricacies of its toolbox sideboard!