I’m 19 years old, from California, and I have been playing Magic competitively since Mirrodin. I top 8'd my first PTQ during that season but didn’t get my first pro points until GP Oakland earlier this year. I’ve top 8'd numerous PTQs and earned a fair amount playing in the JSS and MSS. Since then I’ve qualified and played in PT San Juan and Amsterdam but without making Day 2 in either. Now that I’ve been to 2 Pro Tours, my goal is to get there and stay there.
Prepare for SCG Classic Series: Richmond and the SCG Standard Open in Los Angeles this weekend by reading the last installment of Michael Hetrick’s Too Much Information before Return to Ravnica is released.
Join SCG Invitational finalist Michael Hetrick as he breaks down the metagame with the numbers from the SCG Standard Opens in Buffalo and Washington, DC so you can know what to expect at SCG Open Series: Denver.
Welcome to the Standard edition of Too Much Information! SCG Invitational finalist Michael Hetrick breaks down and analyzes the meta from three recent events: SCG Standard Opens in Worcester and Indy and the SCG Invitational in Indy.
Tuesday, November 23rd – Sideboarding is an important skill for every mage to have – after all, more games are played with board than without! Michael attacks sideboarding from every article in his article. Read and vote!
Wednesday, October 27th – I made a mistake, and while it cost me any remaining chance at Top 16, I gained something that led to a great increase in my ability to win at Magic: behaving in a way that your opponent doesnâ€™t expect creates an advantage.