Josh earned a Top 8 berth at States for the fourth consecutive year, and this time, Jund led him to victory.
This Standard Storm decklist won’t win any major tournaments, but it’s worth surprising your opponents at FNM.
Dust off those Geist of Saint Trafts if you’re an aggro player who doesn’t want to play Naya Blitz.
Scott plays one of Standard’s most popular decks, but keeps past format darling Boros Reckoner on the sideline.
Whatever your reaction to Jund is, it’s still an incredibly strong option to play at TCG Player States this weekend.
After casting Ral Zarek at SCG Somerset, Rudy looks at how RUG fits in post-Dragon’s Maze Standard.
It wasn’t his first (or second, or third) choice, but John sleeved up an aggressive Gruul deck to take down an SCG Invitational qualifier.
The “187 All-Stars” — Thragtusk, Restoration Angel, Acidic Slime, and Angel of Serenity — come up big for Scotty in a Junk Rites deck.
There’s nothing wrong with raw power, but the build-around-me cards in Dragon’s Maze are potent in the hands of a creative deckbuilder.
Josh is back with some more Standard brews, along with Modern and Legacy decklists that can accommodate new Dragon’s Maze cards.