Grinding It Out

Breaking Down the 2018 Magic Grand Prix Schedule, Part I

The Magic Grand Prix schedule for the first half of 2018 is finally here and we can dive into the details to learn more about our futures!

The Game Before the Game

Chantelle has advice on how to get your game face on and calm your nerves before a big tournament.

Sealed the Deal

Chantelle shares her insight into Amonkhet Sealed just in time for the Regional PTQs.

The Importance of Introspection

Chantelle reflects on variance and the need for introspection as a competitive Magic player.

Going Ballistic for Mardu Ballista

Chantelle breaks down the evolution of Mardu Ballista, a.k.a. the best deck in Standard.

Lessons from Grand Prix Vancouver

Chantelle Campbell finished 24th playing Modern at Grand Prix Vancouver last month, and she’s here to tell you what she’s learned about succeeding in competitive Magic.

Kaladesh Instants and Flash Spells

Monique is back with her nifty table of Instants and Flash Spells. Brush up on Kaladesh combat tricks just in time for the prerelease!

Mountains of Damage: SCG Invitational Top Eight

Miles Rodriguez played burn in both formats of the SCG Invitation in New Jersey to a top eight finish.

Eldritch Moon Instants, Flash, and Madness Spells

Monique is back with her nifty table of Instants, Flash, and Madness Spells. Brush up on Eldritch Moon combat tricks and other instant speed spells just in time for the prerelease.

Shadows Over Innistrad Instants, Flash, and Madness Spells

Monique is back with her nifty table of Instants, Flash, and Madness Spells. Brush up on Shadows Over Innistrad combat tricks and other instant speed spells just in time for the prerelease.

Oath of the Gatewatch Instants and Flash Creatures

Monique is back with her nifty table of Instants and Flash Creatures. Brush up on Oath of the Gatewatch combat tricks and other instant speed spells just in time for the prerelease.

Grinding it Out—Power of Three

Danny West recently suggested changing the constructed card cap from four to three and we think it’s a brilliant idea