Mark Nestico's middle name is Danger, but he's thinking about having it legally changed to "Emerge." Although fun and powerful, Mark has serious concerns about the health of a format where Emerge can run wild!
Mark Nestico loves spoiler season because he's right about stuff. Standard stars, undervalued rares and mythics, the whole thing. He's a profit prophet. What stuff is Mark going to be right about when it comes to Eldritch Moon? Let's find out!
Mark Nestico is crazy about cats, so it's no surprise Harmless Offering has his attention! Check out decklists from him and a friend, plus his view on why it's a mistake to dismiss cards like Harmless Offering without giving them a good try!
"I didn't even get to play Magic." How many times have you heard someone say this after losing a match? Mark Nestico talks about what it means to win, to lose, and the irrelevance of how much Magic you got to play.
Mark Nestico got run over last weekend. There's no better way of putting it. So why is he in such good...Spirits? Because he's got a deck for the #SCGDFW Standard Classic that's so well-positioned...it's scary!
Mark Nestico doesn't like G/W Tokens. He thinks it sucks. By that, we mean it doesn't suck, because if it sucked, he wouldn't be mad at it for not sucking. Which sucks. Just read his writing already. Note: His writing sort of sucks.
We've all been there. Magic is a combination of luck and skill, but sometimes unsavory opponents see it a bit differently than we do. Mark Nestico studies this phenomenon as only he can!
It began with an innocuous statement, but it soon turned into a study. Mark Nestico's life stability has a strange relationship with his Magic success. Does the same apply to you?
You've heard a lot about improving your game if you've read Magic articles for a long time. You've heard about playtesting, about getting enough sleep, and so forth. But Mark Nestico has some important words that just don't get enough attention in the competitive Magic world.
It shouldn't happen, but it does. Mark Nestico wants to address an issue that is far bigger and far worse than just one person's bad day. Mark explains how you can protect yourself from being the next victim.
Magic is becoming less and less about one person going it alone. These days, it's all about forming a tight group of like-minded role players that make everyone better. How should you form a squad? What are the common pitfalls? Mark Nestico gives you the tips you need to succeed!