Chris Lansdell didn't get the details quite right when he went to Grand Prix Atlanta. Learn from his mistakes if you're going to your first SCG Tour or similarly big event! It's not too late to book tickets to Roanoke...
The Innovator loves seeing innovation, and he got a good deal of it this past weekend! Buried beneath Energy mirrors and a format that clearly has its issues--even for a small card pool--were some truly great looks at Standard! Your SCG Baltimore Standard specialist needs this one!
John Rolf made his Pro Tour breakthrough in Albuquerque, jumping from Bronze to Gold with one great finish! Read about his process, his latest Ramunap Red list, and how to sideboard with it at Grand Prix Atlanta!
Magic players make mistakes, even the game's elite. We're human; nobody's perfect. Invitational winner Dylan Donegan shows how those mistakes aren't as important as the way players rebound from them!
In the not-so-distant future, Todd Anderson confronts the dilemma facing Standard players at Grand Prix Atlanta: to use Attune with Aether or "that other" PT finals deck? Which is actually more likely to win this weekend?
Jim Davis looks back over his predictions for Pro Tour Ixalan (four out of five, not bad!) and calls out the armchair quarterbacks who tried to tear down Top 8 competitors after they made mistakes! The class on class starts now!
Gerry Thompson finished Pro Tour Ixalan 430 places shy of where he wanted. He got unlucky with variance, but that's not the whole story! It's all a matter of perspective, and today, Gerry's teaching you how to look at your worst tournaments!
When almost half the decks at a Pro Tour are playing two specific cards as four-ofs, something's not right! Brennan DeCandio dives into the Pro Tour Ixalan results ahead of Grand Prix Atlanta!
The top decks of Pro Tour Ixalan were mostly known quantities, but several players went rogue and walked away with cash! Today's highlight from the PT Top 64 runs...Adorned Pouncer?! Ross Merriam has some explaining to do!
Gerry Thompson and Bryan Gottlieb discuss what happened when the Pro Tour visited Albuquerque and talk six under-the-radar Standard decks that might surprise at Grand Prix Atlanta!
Peter Ingram has his eye on Standard for Grand Prix Atlanta, but the Invitational will be here before you know it! Get his latest takes on Modern (and, yes, Standard) for the coming weeks!
Brad Nelson had a middling Pro Tour Ixalan personally, but his teammate won it all! Get Brad's insights on the (somehow) sneaky-good Sultai Energy deck, including a sideboarding guide, ahead of Grand Prix Atlanta!
If you're playing a Temur Energy deck of any kind at Grand Prix Atlanta, you'd better know how to handle the mirror! Sam Black has your must-read guide for anyone taking on the challenge this weekend!
Today's matchup is anything but "Standard" on VS! Will Todd Anderson claim the crucial games with Esper Gift, or will Ross Merriam run him over with B/R Aggro? Grand Prix Atlanta awaits!
The rides are ready and the decks are sleeved. There's only one thing left to do: Let's eat!
The U/W Gift archetype Shaun McLaren helped refine didn't get him to Day 2 of Pro Tour Ixalan, but it did propel his teammate to the finals! The cunning Canadian has all the details you need for GP Atlanta and SCG Baltimore to follow!
Time's running out to make your GP Atlanta travel plans! But if you haven't settled things already, never fear: Cedric Phillips has the information you need on Atlanta's airport, mass transit, and hotels near the site!
Seth Manfield won Pro Tour Ixalan, but he's far from the only winner! Jadine Klomparens looks at the field, the results, and how it all will shake out for Grand Prix Atlanta! When Jadine's writing about Magic, everybody wins!
Todd Anderson and Ross Merriam square off in a wide-ranging Fact or Fiction! Was the Pro Tour metagame a delight or a disappointment? Is the Modern Humans deck for real? And will Deathrite Shaman help win SCG Baltimore? Cast your Vote!
The Todds are at odds in Standard on VS! Todd Stevens pilots an intriguing R/U Artificers rogue deck against Todd Anderson's more traditional Ramunap Red list! How rogue can you go at Grand Prix Atlanta!