Jeff Zandi writes about the Hunter Burton Memorial Magic Open, a tournament he helped organize in March of this year in memory of one Texas Magic's very best.
In his first mailbag article, Brad answers the questions you asked him on Facebook and Twitter, from strategy in the game of Werewolf to how to brew the perfect deck for Standard.
Read about the R/W/B Burn deck Anthony built in Standard to beat Esper Control last weekend at #SCGINVI to see if it's your style for #SCGMKE this weekend!
In this week's article, Alex offers up some ideas for how Wizards of the Coast and the Pauper community could improve the commons-only format.
Today John Dale Beety has some mini articles from here and there in the Magic universe for you that are heavy on the Vorthos. Take a look and leave feedback!
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.
SCGLive broadcaster Patrick Sullivan answers your questions this week, talking about game design, meeting Cedric, how he became a red mage, and more.
Michael Martin explains why he's stepping away from Magic at the moment and thanks his loyal readers for following his writing throughout the years.
Mark shares his thoughts about a bunch of things that went on in the world of Magic last week, from Crackgate to how expensive Modern has gotten and more.
Two-time Grand Prix Top 8 competitor Brian DeMars tells you how he feels about Crackgate, an issue that enveloped the Magic community last week.
Take a look at the Next Level Deckbuilding Seminar presented by Patrick Chapin at Grand Prix Richmond!
In this week's article, Anthony tells you about some specific goals he'd like to cross off his bucket list in Standard, Modern, Legacy, and Vintage this year.
Eight-time Grand Prix Top 8 competitor Sam Black shares his thoughts about Standard going in to SCG Open Series: Seattle this weekend and the five Grand Prix cap for Pro Points.
Ben shares some of his observations and thoughts from Grand Prix Richmond, the largest Constructed Magic tournament of all time!
Check out this creative writing piece from Mark Nestico with the observations of a mysterious new player participating in his first big Magic tournament.
Abe offers up some suggestions for how to deal with playing Commander against people that come from very different metagames than the one you are used to.
JDB discusses a great February on Uncharted Realms, Magic action figures, the encrypted Conspiracy announcement, and his contest winner!
Chris VanMeter writes about making the Top 4 of #SCGSTL with G/R Monsters and provides a sideboarding guide for those interested in the deck for #SCGATL!
Cassidy provides some tips for how to run your local Commander playgroup and then helps Allan tweak his Oloro, Ageless Ascetic Commander deck.
If you want to know what deck you should pick up to get started in Pauper or what the current metagame looks like, then read Alex's mailbag article.