Kyle Boggemes first made a breakthrough on the Pro Tour in 2010 with a second place finish at Pro Tour San Diego. After a stellar run ending the 2010 season with 40 pro points, he focused on finishing school and establishing a career. In 2014 he made a comeback with a win at GP Cincinnati and a ninth place finish at Pro Tour Dragons of Tarkir. He is currently a Financial Analyst at Barracuda Networks and is working on becoming a regular on the Pro Tour once again.
Fresh off a heartbreaking 9th place at the Pro Tour, Kyle Boggemes returns to help you beat the format’s premier control deck using (what else?) a control deck! Find out how to outmaneuver Esper Dragons at #SCGCLE!
Thursday, October 14th – StarCityGames.com Standard Open: Nashville is just days away, and Kyle knows exactly what you should bring. His U/W Control is metagame tuned, and he provides the sideboard breakdown.
Tuesday, September 28th – The reason I was able to go undefeated day 1 of Grand Prix Minneapolis was because I treated the Zendikar Sealed Deck format like a Constructed format. So what should I have done in M11?
Tuesday, August 10th – With U.S. Nationals and the StarCityGames.com Standard Open in Denver approaching fast, Kyle Boggemes returns to the deck he loves: Blue/White Control. Controversially, he is not enamored with the current popular Magic Online builds of the strategyâ€¦ He presents his reasoning â€“ and decklist â€“ here today.
Tuesday, August 3rd – Kyle Boggemes rocked up to Grand Prix: Columbus with a spicy Legacy list, but committed one of the cardinal sins of tournament play: he audibled into a different deck at the last minute. Today, he licks his wounds and counts his losses, sharing a few match stories and some takeaways he picked up from the tournament floor.
Tuesday, July 27th – Building a team of worthwhile Magic connections is tricky. Kyle Boggemes presents some tidbits of advice that could help a player gain some firm friendships, both in the game and beyond. He also discusses a selection of exciting Standard decks from the recent Nationals Championship results.
Tuesday, July 20th – In todayâ€™s edition of The Nose Knows, Kyle Boggemes is in an unusually reflective mood. He discusses the dilemma behind those of us that choose to run the best deck in any given format, and suggests that the path to success may be tied to the way we view our experiences in general…
Wednesday, July 14th – Kyle Boggemes recaps two tournaments â€“ Legacy and M11 Sealed â€“ in order to impart some words of wisdom on our wonderful game. He espouses the benefits of hard work and practice, and suggests a Landstill deck for your next Legacy tournament, such as the upcoming Grand Prix: Columbus!
Wednesday, July 7th – Kyle Boggemes brings us an exciting article today, one which will hopefully spawn a semi-regular series down the line. He looks at the four major Constructed formats â€“ Standard, Extended, Legacy, and Vintage â€“ and shares the lists heâ€™d play in each if the tournament were happening tomorrow. If youâ€™ve a Constructed tournament this weekend, let Kyle lead the way!
Friday, July 2nd – We live in a Golden Age of communication. Information about our glorious game is available at every turn, and the best Mages amongst us harness this to great effect. Today, Kyle Boggemes hammers home the importance of such networking, discusses the spoiled cards from M11, and shares an interesting Legacy deck!