Andy "Brassman" Probasco finished 2nd at the 2005 Vintage World Championships and Grand Prix Chicago in 2009. He's won several major Vintage tournaments, was a finalist in the Great Designer Search, and is considered to be amongst the best Vintage
deckbuilders in the world.
Tuesday, February 8 – Andy Probasco, resident Legacy expert, tells you how to construct mana bases in Legacy, a format riddled with Wastelands and nonbasic fixing. Sleeve up the perfect mana for SCG Legacy Open: DC on the 27th!
Tuesday, January 25th – Is Vintage Magic heading for a shake-up this weekend? Andy explores how to evaluate new cards for Constructed formats and takes a detailed look at Mirrodin Besieged from an Eternal perspective.
Tuesday, January 11th – Andy Probasco tells an epic tale about a tournament in New York where he played against monkeys and lost five cards from his deck with Power in it, all while playing some exciting matches and making deep plays.
Tuesday, December 28th – Most people sideboard against specific cards in their opponents’ deck, like Platinum Angel or Tarmogoyf…. And they’re doing it wrong. Let me show you the question you should be asking.
Tuesday, December 14th – Is there a method to the madness in these Vintage Madness decks? Not beatdown and not aggro-control, these decks are pure control and use Bazaar of Baghdad for card advantage. This deck may be the real deal.
Tuesday, November 16th – If before this event, a friend had asked, â€œHey Andy, how many times are you going to play Pithing Needle naming Eye of Ugin today?â€ I wouldn’t have guessed correctly. Check out Andy’s SCG Open: Boston report!
Tuesday, November 2nd – Though American tournaments recently have been small, Gush-free affairs, things have been brewing overseas. A 150-person tournament was held in Madrid, and the same two Gush lists made the finals.