Standard is a diverse format right now, but where are all the dedicated control decks? Jim Davis put together a handful of UW Control lists and tested them at a variety of events. See his results before #SCGPROV!
Jim Davis has played U/W Control to considerable success, so why has he cooled on the archetype? Get his surprising evolution of the deck inside!
Conspiracy is meant to be drafted, and for Jim Davis, that means Cube! He looks at the applications for the draft-altering cards spoiled thus far and evaluates new Planeswalker Dack Fayden!
So You Think You Can Brew? is back! Reigning champ Frank Ford brings Bant Control to his title defense, but challenger Trevor Humphries is looking to Junk that plan. Who'll win? That depends on your vote!
A new set means changes to the Standard metagame! Jim Davis examines the top lists from #SCGCIN, pointing out possible future innovations and build-around cards ahead of #SCGKNOX.
If you want to play something different in Journey into Nyx Standard this weekend at SCG Open Series: Cincinnati, check out Jim's Immortal Servitude brews!
In this week's article, Jim talks about some new cards from Journey into Nyx that he thinks might be able to find a place to shine in the Standard format.
SCG Invitational finalist Jim Davis shares his thoughts about the new multicolored God cards being released in Journey into Nyx in a couple of weeks.
Jim looks at the supremely-ironic Ajani, Mentor of Heroes (who shall never trigger Heroic, ever) and brews up some solid first drafts putting everyone's favorite Leonin Planeswalker to work.
Get inspired for SCG Open Series: Milwaukee this weekend by reading Jim Davis' chronicle of his time at SCG Open Series: Charlotte featuring the Invitational!
Today Jim tells a couple of Magic stories the spirit of the #MTGStories trend that took the Magic community by storm on social media recently.
Four-time SCG Open Top 4 competitor Jim Davis writes about the evolution of the big four Standard decks at #GPBA and #SCGSEA just in time for #SCGLA.
Join Jim as he looks at a few fringe decks that recently did well on Magic Online if you'd like to play something different at SCG Standard Open: Seattle.