Should This Be Banned - Part 4von RJGiel (2019-04-25)
Welcome back to Should This Be Banned. Last time we looked at cards that win the game with little to no effort. This article is probably the most exciting piece; looking at potential additions to the banlist! Keep in mind that this is a highly opinionated article and that I encourage you to discuss these cards and others in the comments.
Leveling Up: Imagining Winning Board Statesvon HansD (2019-04-18)
There are many ways to win a game of Magic: The Gathering. For some decks, it's slinging Lightning Bolt at their opponents' faces until their life total is zero; for others, it might be turning big Tarmogoyfs and Death's Shadows sideways and getting into the red zone. Whether we're milling our opponents' libraries or getting there on the back of Celestial Colonnade beats, decks are built to win, and players in a competitive match of Magic try to make the decisions that maximize their win percentages.
London's Calling: The New Mulligan Rule in Modernvon Rone (2019-04-16)
London is calling all Modern players. During Mythic Championship II, Wizards will first showcase a new way to mulligan that might forever affect older formats. If you want to know which decks will benefit from it and what are the pushed cards, this is the article you have been waiting for. Plus, take our Mulligan Quiz!
Should This Be Banned - Part 3von RJGiel (2019-04-10)
Welcome back to Should this be banned? Last time we looked at cards that are too oppressive. Today I would like to take a closer look at cards that win the game with little to no effort.
Getting Ahead Part 3 - Your Opponent Has a Plan von Andifeated (2019-04-08)
There are many traps to fall into as a tournament player on your path to become one of the very best, like no one ever was. One of them is being arrogant. Andreas has lessons on not underestimating your opponent and why it's such an important skill for competitive Magic players.