In his 100th article for StarCityGames.com, Chas Andres tells you how Pro Tour Born of the Gods has affected Modern card prices just in time for Grand Prix Richmond this weekend!
In this week's article, Grand Prix Boston-Worcester winner Brian DeMars writes about how to better assess situations where you ought to be bluff attacking.
Adam Boyd updates his U/W/R Delver list from the Top 8 of #SCGSTL and then offers up some advice about playing scared, playing scary, and being able to adapt.
In this week's article, Patrick teaches you how to play decks like Burn in all formats against counterspells. Check it out before #SCGSTL this weekend!
Robust Pauper decks tend to share certain functional qualities. Today Jason explores their various forms and asks you to find even more!
This week Todd aims to help you evaluate Magic cards based on individual power level so that it's easier to discern what cards should make the cut in the decks you're building.
In this week's article, Brian talks about the importance of good sportsmanship in tournament Magic and provides tips for how to achieve it.
GP Louisville winner Brian Braun-Duin sets out to correct more common mistakes he sees players make a lot in Standard in the sequel to one of his popular articles from last year.
What does it meant to "play fair" in Pauper? Jason discusses the notion of fair things and looks for ways to overcome his addiction to them.
In his debut as a regular writer for StarCityGames.com, Andrew Shrout tells you why he'll probably be playing U/W Control at the Standard Open in Nashville.
Join CVM as he goes over a very important skill for anyone who's looking to get into or become better at Legacy to learn: turn 1 deck identification.
At the halfway point of his series, Anthony talks about one of the ways he likes to macro theorize Modern. Learn more about the format before GP Richmond!
Five-time SCG Invitational Top 8 competitor Shaheen Soorani shares a few tricks of the trade he's learned over many years of being a control player.
AJ explains the theory behind why high-mana cards are bad and should be avoided when possible, applying it to Born of the Gods Limited just in time for the Prerelease this weekend.
2012 Florida State Champion Mark Nestico teaches you how to put a positive spin on one of the most unpleasant experiences a person can have in Magic: losing.
How strong is your mental game? Brad recently made a checklist for himself to make it easier to evaluate his personal growth in Magic. Look and see if you could benefit from it!
Four-time SCG Invitational Top 8 competitor Brian Braun-Duin writes about some steps you can take to figure out how to construct your deck to have a plan for a bad matchup.
Matt elaborates on the idea of identifying potential futures and then trying to create them from his last article, focusing more on the systems and tradeoffs that we encounter.
AJ Kerrigan discusses some general rules that he focuses on when trying to prepare for a new format, like the upcoming Standard with Born of the Gods.
Carsten writes about the step-by-step climb up the complexity ladder from format to format and the role each of the three major Constructed formats plays in it.