Go beyond the sideboarding guide! Ross Merriam dives into the “why” and “how” behind sideboarding theory.
The last few months have transformed Modern’s rules of engagement. Emma Handy shows you how to free yourself from the format’s past and build decks with an eye toward winning events like SCG Indianapolis!
Knowing what plays to make and when is a fundamental skill that takes years to master. “The Innovator” shows you how to think about your plays and make the most of every card!
Stoneforge Mystic is legal in Modern for the first time, and SCG Dallas is this weekend. That’s not much time to catch up! Luckily for players everywhere, Emma Handy is here to teach Stoneforge Mystic 101!
When the best deck is obvious, what do you do? Such formats often contain ways to gain easy edges. Gerry and Bryan lay out the guidelines for when you should play the best deck or something that beats it.
Magic superstar Brad Nelson meditates on the fleeting hollowness of success, the lasting rewards of mastery, and how he went from chasing the first to seeking the second.
You’re gearing up to play in a big tournament. Congratulations! There’s just one problem: you have no team to test with. PVDdR shares his strategies for Constructed and Limited when you’re flying solo!
In this “level up” episode, Bryan presents Gerry with a simple scenario: Your opponent attacks their 2/2 into your 2/2. More than you imagine goes into deciding whether or not you block, and they use this scenario to illustrate how you should think when faced with a decision.
Why is 8-Set Standard Brad Nelson’s least favorite time of the Magical year? He shows how a large Standard pool leads to a specific pattern for strong decks — and how Orzhov Vampires matches the pattern.
MPL member Autumn Burchett details their struggles in preparing for Mythic Championship IV, showing barriers to proper deck selection that affect even the pros. Use their example to improve your processes!