Zvi explains the basic principles of how Team Sealed works strategically with examples from Grand Prix Providence. Start preparing for SCG Team Sealed Open: Richmond next month!
Planning on playing in your first Legacy Open at #SCGCOL? Carsten has some suggestions for what deck to choose to ensure that you have a good experience.
This week AJ shares some tips for dealing with tilt at Magic tournaments and tells you what you can do to avoid burnout and grow as a player.
Celebrated Magic theory author Mike Flores talks about cooperative drafting, being results oriented, and why he thinks Blood Baron of Vizkopa is underplayed in Standard.
Torn between two decks for Standard at #SCGCOL? CVM explores why you might want to consider playing a deck you're more familiar with over the "best deck."
Pro Tour Hall of Famer Zvi Mowshowitz explains the Elephant method with the example of how he used it to tune Team SCG's Bant Control deck for Pro Tour Dragon's Maze.
Bow tie aficionado Roberto Gonzales shares his rules for avoiding burnout on the Magic tournament grind and why he plans to revive them at Grand Prix Las Vegas.
Jim Davis tells you about the pitfalls he fell into while preparing for #PTDGM so that you can avoid them yourself when preparing for your next Constructed tournament.
As a follow-up to his "Life Lessons For Grinders," this time Mark has some advice for new players to help them get better while having fun playing Magic.
After going on tilt at a Standard tournament last weekend, Jon Agley looked into research about tilting and found some helpful information to share with you.
2012 Florida State Champion Mark Nestico provides some tips for getting better at a very important aspect of Magic that is often overlooked: sideboarding.
In the past year, Ari went from staring down a possible last Pro Tour to missing Platinum by a single match. Read about what he learned in that time to make progress as a player.
Find out how you can grow as a player and experience more tournament success by reading what Mark learned from preparing and playing in a PTQ this past weekend.
Danny West writes about having a professional competitive mentality and its role in tournament success as well as its place in preserving the Magic community.
Two-time SCG Invitational Top 8 competitor Brian Braun-Duin talks about the importance of long-term planning in games of Magic and provides helpful examples.
Four-time GP Top 8 competitor Ari Lax shares why you should care about doing well at GPs and provides tips for how to be more prepared for them and other events like SCG Opens.
Seeking advice on how to succeed at a StarCityGames.com Invitational? In search of a new Esper decklist for Standard? Let our mystery guest take care of both!
Would you take a test and only be prepared for one-third of the material? Learn how to build an effective sideboard for a tournament by using CVM's four steps!
Jim takes an in-depth look at a situation he found himself in during Standard at #SCGINVI. He examines both what he did and perhaps what he should have done.
Would you like more tools to help you be successful at tournaments? Then check out Mike's 27 ways that you can play that can give you an edge you might not currently be utilizing.