Your opponent holds only one card, but you’re worried it might be the one card that can foil your plans. Sound familiar? Matt Eitel walks us through some math that produces the unwavering Degree of Certainty.
Rudy Briksza warded off plenty of Griselbrands en route to a Top 8 finish at the recent SGC Legacy Open in Indianapolis. His Esper Stoneblade deck made plenty of powerful plays with pesky germ tokens carrying Batterskulls and one well-timed Cabal Therapy.
One of the biggest cheats ever caught on camera happened at SCG Detroit and the Twittersphere erupted! Check out what everyone had to say.
Jonathan continues his adventure as the FNM Hero. He battles with professional magician Adam Prosak and starts to look ahead to rotation.
Nina sets the stage for the upcoming impact of M13’s Rancor reprint on the Standard environment by analyzing what made it good in the past and how it will interact with prominent cards in the format. Rancor is coming.
Have you been following FNM Hero and crushing your local game store each week? Are you looking to take your play to next level? George Fitzgerald, a Level 2 Judge brings you a guide to identifying and avoiding the most common pitfalls when transitioning from FNM to Competitive events.
The Magic-playing Twitter community hit refresh over and over last night. The event? Banned and Restricted updates with quite a bit on the line in both the Standard and Legacy formats. Heather recaps the reactions.
Heather recaps the Twitter discussion from the SCG Invitational in Indianapolis, covering both the tournament itself and the accompanying online drama that played out between Channel Fireball members and fans of the series and its players.
FNM Hero is going bi-weekly. Check out this short note about it from Jonathan.
For this installment of Legacy by the Books, Carlos takes a step back from individual matches to survey the format and try to carve out a manageable metagame analysis.