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Modern Deck of the Week: Powder Belcher

By Skura (2022-07-27)

Every Wednesday Insight is taking a quick look at one of the top-performing, most peculiar, or simply sweetest Modern decks among recent results. The number of viable combo decks in Modern increases and we've started seeing innovation within already established constructs too. Let's explore Serum Powder in Belcher!

Top 5 Combo Decks in Modern Right Now

By Skura (2022-03-03)

Modern has had a rich history of powerful combo decks. For a period, some people even described the format as "two ships passing at night" for promoting highly uninteractive gameplay. This is no longer true at all, but combo decks still exist today and serve a role. Here are the best five!

Top 5: Cards to Buy, Neon Dynasty Edition

By Rone (2022-02-24)

Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty is out and about! Between Ninjas, Samurai, Vehicles, Spirits, and tons of callbacks it's hard to know where to put your money. Lucky for you, Cardmarket's Top Cards to Buy is here to help! Let's look at the set's best bargains within the first week of release.

On Video This Week (49/2021)

By CMInsightTeam (2021-12-06)

Every week Cardmarket is running a lot of exciting Magic content that you don't want to miss, on both YouTube and Twitch—from gameplay to deck discussion to the latest news regarding previews and prices. Collecting everything in one place, here's your TV program for the week of December 6–10.

Data Analysis: The Top Modern Decks, November 2021

By Aliquanto (2021-11-25)

Mythic-based decks remain on the rise, combining Omnath and MH2 Elementals. But two other archetypes, mainstays since Modern Horizons 2, are almost tied for first. Meanwhile, Crimson Vow has been released, and large paper events took place. So—what does the data say about the format over the past four weeks?

Rotation Grief: Core Set 2021, Part 2

By Kumagoro (2021-09-08)

The Standard rotation is upon us again! Time to acknowledge the disappearance from our decks of all the cards from the four rotating sets. We end this journey of grief (or perhaps jubilation) by looking at the red, green, multicolored, and colorless cards Standard will lose when Core Set 2021 rotates out.

Rotation Grief: Throne of Eldraine, Part 2

By Kumagoro (2021-08-09)

The Standard rotation is upon us again! Time to acknowledge the disappearance from our decks of all the cards from the four rotating sets. We continue this journey of grief (or perhaps jubilation) by looking into the red, green, multicolored, and colorless cards Standard will lose when Throne of Eldraine rotates out.

Kaldheim Spotlight: Tibalt's Trickery

By TobiH (2021-01-14)

The upcoming set's red cards are full of combo potential of the best kind. There's a lot of wacky stuff that may ultimately prove too tough to pull off but, oh, so satisfying when successful. If you like to make your cards jump through hoops in hopes of a big pay day, this article is for you!

My Decks for the Zendikar Rising Championship

By K_Prinz (2020-12-03)

I am explaining my deck choice(s) for the Zendikar Rising Championship. It's the biggest and most important tournament left this year, potentially providing a way into the MPL or Rivals. Since Standard is mostly settled, let's focus on Historic following the introduction of Kaladesh Remastered.

Belcher & Co. – The New Zero-Land Decks

By ElonThragtusk (2020-09-21)

Zendikar Rising has brought us brand-new modal double-faced cards, spell in front and land on the back. Suddenly they are all the rage, making waves in formats all the way back to Modern. It's not hard to find the reason why — in the possibility of decks not running any lands at all.

Rotation Grief: Core Set 2020, Part 2

By Kumagoro (2020-09-14)

Rotation is just a few days away! Time to acknowledge the sudden disappearance from our decks of all the cards leaving the format. We end this journey of grief (or perhaps jubilation) by looking into the red, green, multicolored, and colorless cards Standard is going to lose when Core Set 2020 rotates out.

Transmogrify in Standard and Modern

By ElonThragtusk (2020-07-22)

Polymorph is back in a Standard-legal set, but in a new form. It's now red and exiles a creature rather than destroying it with no possibility of regeneration. That's it. The rest is completely the same. So, what does this mean for the whackier end of deck design in Standard and Modern?

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