Find out why two-time Pro Tour Top 8 competitor Brad Nelson thinks his R/W Burn deck from SCG Open Series: Nashville is the worst Standard deck's he's played in almost four years.
Harry Corvese says goodbye to Deathrite Shaman in Modern by reflecting on all the tournament success he had with the card in the past couple years.
Pro Tour Amsterdam Top 4 competitor Michael Jacob returns to writing regularly for StarCityGames.com with an article about the potential of Courser of Kruphix in Standard.
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.
Reid Duke reflects on the past three years of writing articles for StarCityGames.com and says thank you to all the readers and everyone else in the community who made it possible.
Adrian takes a look at U/W Control's past and present to see if he can figure out what its future might look like with Born of the Gods in Standard.
After getting second place at a PTQ last weekend with his U/W Control list, Adrian Sullivan reflects on how he first started playing Magic competitively.
Michael examines the results of the planeswalker power ranking survey from last week and starts brewing with Kiora in Modern for Grand Prix Richmond.
This week AJ discusses the anatomy of a dominant strategy so you can recognize them when deciding what to play in a given format and keep them in mind when building decks.
Michael ranks all 41 released planeswalkers and then shares his thoughts about Kiora, the Crashing Wave. Agree or disagree with him in the comments!
Jim writes about why it might finally be time to quit Goblins in Legacy after many years of playing it following his poor showing with it at #SCGINVI in Vegas.
This week CVM and BBD play their favorite Standard deck of all time against one another. Check it out!
Championship deck designer Mike Flores writes about twenty different decks from many different eras of Magic that were inspiring, worth digging up, and big influences on him.
For this week's article, Ari does something a little bit different. He retells the story of his first Pro Tour in Kyoto, Japan, where he managed to finish in fifteenth place.
Brad and Todd pit two of Hall of Famer Masashi Oiso's Extended Pro Tour Top 8 decks against each other. Which will come out on top?
What was Magic like seventeen years ago? Find out as Patrick Chapin explores the September 1996 issue of Inquest magazine that he found while cleaning out his closet.
Do you have a favorite deck that you wish you could still play? Carsten looks back at the five decks he's enjoyed playing the most throughout his Magic career.
Enjoy your Christmas Day by tuning in to this video with Brad and Todd playing two decks from the Top 8 of Grand Prix Brussels 2004!
In this week's article, Sam answers a few questions people asked him via Twitter, with the topics ranging from the American school system to winning Team Worlds in 2008.
In this week's article, Mark reminisces about how he got into the game of Magic and talks about why it's important to remember why we play.