Learn how to build the best sideboard you can for the deck you're taking to Grand Prix Richmond by reading SCG Invitational finalist Jim Davis' latest article!
This week Jim writes about the recent adventures he's had while trying decks outside his comfort zone, giving Esper a try in both Standard and Legacy.
Jim Davis' So You Think You Can Brew is back with a battle featuring Born of the Gods Standard! Vote for the brew you like best in the comments.
Find out how the first rotisserie draft of Jim's Cube concluded as he goes over how all the decks panned out and the results of the matches!
Four-time SCG Open Top 4 competitor Jim Davis talks about a deck he's been brewing for the new Standard format and updates you on his Cube rotisserie draft!
Jim takes a look at some more cards in Born of the Gods through his three different lenses and introduces a rotisserie draft he's been running of his Cube.
Take a look at some cards from Born of the Gods with Jim as he evaluates them as a Cube designer, a serious tournament player, and a connoisseur of fine design.
Find out if SCG Invitational finalist Jim Davis thinks new Born of the Gods card Pain Seer is the real deal or overhyped in his latest article.
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.
While everyone else has been drafting storm and wild combo decks, Jim takes the path less traveled with a fun planeswalker deck and an absurd mono-green deck!
Jim Davis tells you about the Naya Devotion deck he played at the SCG Invitational in Las Vegas, which he used to go 6-1 in the Standard portion. Check it out!
Jim Davis continues to test U/W Control for #SCGINVI this weekend, this time giving William Jensen's second-place list from #GPDFW a try.
See if you should consider playing U/W Control at #SCGCOL or #SCGOAK this weekend by watching Jim play a match with it and reading his thoughts about it.
Jim tells you about what he learned at SCG Open Series: Providence last weekend, where he played Goblins in Legacy and U/W Control in Standard.
In this episode of Jim Davis' So You Think You Can Brew, newcomer Brian Schlactus takes on defending champ Rob Caporino. Be sure to vote in the comments!
Jim talks about problems with Magic Online, a unique idea he has for a team tournament, and cards he's adding to his Cube from Commander 2013.
Read Jim Davis' fun story recalling a lesson he learned about Magic culture from fellow writer Frank Skarren at SCG Open Series: Philadelphia.
Jim played a more tap-out version of Esper Control at the Invitational and played it to a solid finish. He walks us through how he built the deck and why it looks so different than the more typical versions.
Find out what level of the Standard metagame you want to be on for #SCGINVI this weekend by reading Jim Davis' thoughts about the current state of the format.
Read Jim's analysis of the Top 8 decks from Pro Tour Theros to prepare for this weekend's SCG Standard Open in Seattle, Washington!