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Breaking News

2019 Grand Prix Schedule Revealed, PPTQs and RPTQs Eliminated

There will be 49 Grand Prix in 2019.

Breaking News

Wizards of the Coast Announces 2019 MTG Pro Tour Schedule

It’s finally here! The 2019 Pro Tour Schedule! Book your flights! Plan your viewing parties! Practice your fantasy drafts!

Breaking News

Wizards Makes First in a Series of Organized Play Announcements

Wizards of the Coast today once again proved they are the industry leader in announcing upcoming announcements.

Eternal Durdles

This Cast was Doomed from the Start

Nate and Phil talk about the Geekery Dual land Tourney and touch on the Pro Tour. Zac is at GenCon this week.

Card Kingdom

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What We Learned

Can Every Pro Tour be a Team Pro Tour?

Is the team pro tour superior to the individual pro tour? Yes, let me count the ways…

What We Learned

Pro Tour Practice and the Experience of Grand Prix Minneapolis

Not all Grand Prix events are created equally and the Grand Prix held right before a Pro Tour, such as Grand Prix Minneapolis, is usually the least fair.

Paths to the Pro Tour

Welcome to Magic 2019 Season

Magic 2019 meta-season kicked off with limited Grand Prix events in Chiba and Sacramento. Find out what we learned about the new format!

Hope Eternal

Silver Showcase Confusion

This week Kate reviews the confusing choices behind the Silver Showcase.

The Magic Minute

Pro Tour Dominaria Day 1 Recap

Red decks featuring Goblin Chainwhirler dominated the metagame at PT Dominaria.

What We Learned

Should Pro Tour Team Series Competitors Have to Compete with their Teammates at Grand Prix Tournaments?

Could the Pro Tour Team Series gain some more relevance if competitors had to play on the Grand Prix circuit with their teammates?

What We Learned

A Tale of Two Grand Prix Seattle Main Events

Grand Prix Seattle was the first double-Grand Prix event on the calendar but did it provide twice the awesomeness of a normal Grand Prix?