Get some inspiration for SCG Legacy Open: Oakland as Carsten tells you about taking a break from Storm and the decks he's going to explore in the meantime.
Two-time Grand Prix winner Reid Duke writes about the importance of basic lands in "fair" Legacy decks. Study up before the SCG Legacy Open in Oakland, California this weekend!
This weekend the SCG Open Series will take place in Oakland, California, while the SCG Classic Series will be held in Columbus, Ohio. Get all the info here!
"How do I get into Legacy?" Two-time Legacy Open finalist Drew Levin begins to answer this common question and asks for your feedback to help him flesh it out in the coming weeks!
Watch this Brad vs. Todd to see how Death and Taxes matches up against Esper Deathblade before SCG Legacy Open: Oakland this weekend.
This week Frank tells you a few stories from the recent Legacy Grand Prix in Washington DC, where he wielded his trusty Shardless BUG deck.
Anthony talks about the lessons he learned at SCG Open Series: Providence, where he played Mono-Blue Devotion in Standard and Jund in Legacy.
Harry recently traveled to two Grand Prix on opposite sides of the country, playing Sneak and Show in Washington DC and Esper Control in Albuquerque.
Carsten finally shares his thoughts about True-Name Nemesis in Legacy and asks you to express your own opinion in the comments.
Reid was looking to have some fun playing Magic last weekend, so he took two decks he enjoys, Prophet Bant and Mono-Black Pox, to the SCG Open Series in Providence.
If you want to be successful in Legacy these days, you need to build your deck with the Nemesis in mind. Drew provides you with a number of options for playing with and against it.
Jim tells you about what he learned at SCG Open Series: Providence last weekend, where he played Goblins in Legacy and U/W Control in Standard.
Mark reveals the Legacy deck you've chosen for him for the SCG Invitational, asks for your help with sideboarding, and shares some thoughts about Standard.
Ari Lax writes about the two decks he played at SCG Open Series: Providence last weekend: Mono-Blue Devotion in Standard (with which he made Top 8) and U/B Tezzeret in Legacy.
Julian Knab concludes his report about how he won the Bazaar of Moxen with Elves with details about the matches he played in the main event.
Michael Martin made it to the second day of a Grand Prix for the first time at #GPDC and tells you how it happened in this thoughtful tournament report.
Pro Tour Hall of Fame member Brian Kibler tells you about the lessons he learned at #GPDC, where he played Death and Taxes, so you can put them to good use at #SCGPROV.
If you're still looking for a Standard or Legacy deck to play at SCG Open Series: Providence this weekend, check out the two decks Tom's been working on.
Today Carsten uses a few examples to prove that there is no single deck that is actually interested in playing a fair game of Magic that is viable in Legacy.