Before Battle for Zendikar can hit us, there's still a lot of fire to breathe at #SCGWOR this weekend! Let these two handle the testing while you sit back, relax, and see which Dragons prevail!
Magic Origins has quietly shaken up the settled Modern metagame, so Todd Anderson and Tom "The Boss" Ross explore some of the format's new vistas to prepare for Modern's return to the Open Series this weekend at #SCGCIN!
Tom "The Boss" Ross has had a long string of great finishes at the Invitational, and he came prepared to Infect his opponents this past weekend at the Season Three Invitational in Somerset. But not everything went as planned...
With the StarCityGames Open returning to the Modern format this weekend in Cincinnati, BBD and Tom Ross playtest some of the format's more intriguing decks by exploring the Merfolk versus Grixis Control matchup!
Brad and Tom prepare for the Season Three Invitational by testing one of Standard's most pivotal matchups, current "Best Deck" Abzan Aggro and its critical predator, Bant Heroic.
Standard is a hard nut to crack these days because it keeps changing every time you think you've got it pinned down, but The Boss has some top choices to bring to the Season Three Invitational and take home another trophy!
Tom "The Boss" Ross has been playing Heroic in one form or another for most of the season, and he's well-prepared to stay on top of Standard's ever-shifting metagame. Catch his updates to the Bant Heroic archetype as well as his sideboarding advice to win each matchup!
With the Standard Open returning to Charlotte this weekend, we're also returning to the Modern format which has been shifting wildly during this PPTQ season. Todd and The Boss, Tom Ross, explore some of Modern's more unusual decks in today's Versus Video.
Recent shifts in the metagame have favored recursive morph creatures and powerful death triggers, and if you want to stop their shenanigans you're going to have to exile them from the game entirely.
BBD and "The Boss," Tom Ross, pick up one of Standard's most important matchups to see how it plays out in time for #GPLondon this weekend - which deck is favored when you pit U/R Thopters against G/W Aggro, and why?