Ross Merriam provides an amazing analysis of how hate cards can hate you out as much as it does your opponents. Want an advantage at #SCGMKE? This is the place to start!
Pro Tour Finalist Kyle Boggemes returns to provide you with some important insight into making your competitive Magic experiences more worthwhile!
One of the ways to have a great deck in an early format is to find the deck's core. SCG Players' Champion Jim Davis explains the process and what we have on the table for #SCGBALT's breakout!
Want to make yourself better at Magic? Start by helping your friends get better. Mike Sigrist talks about the importance of role within a testing team and how it made him the professional player he is today.
"How did you get to be a Magic pro?" "What do you do that others don't?" "How can I get to your level?" Great questions. Every answer is different, but Player of the Year Mike Sigrist has his answers for you today.
To the surprise of no one, a two-time Pro Tour finalist has a few Limited Magic tricks that the rest of us don't! See Shaun McLaren's excellent breakdown of how to get better at drafting every step of the way!
Adrian Sullivan tackles an issue that doesn't get talked about nearly enough: What is the nature of mana screw and mana flood, and what can we do about it?
While we in the competitive scene often think of Magic in the most complex ways, it's easy to forget just how beautifully simple it can be. Chris Andersen talks about how you can teach Magic to the most important people in your life in this touching piece.
Ross Merriam is cranking out some excellent think pieces on Magic fundamentals, and this is no exception. Read about the importance of conveying information within the game to your friends, your teammates, and yourself.