From Around the Web
Everyone knew the best deck heading into Pro Tour Dominaria. The only question was whether you should try to perfect it, or beat it. Lee Shi Tian at MTGMintCard chose to refine the format’s boogeyman.
If Lee Shi Tian’s approach isn’t for you, Ali Aintrazi at Gathering Magic shares some of his plans for playing the other role, and how you can play to beat Red-Black.
Riley Knight looks at the newest red deck that doesn’t play Chainwhirler.
Matt Sperling at Sperling Grove has an inside look at WotC’s approach to the ban list.
Sam Black, PVDDR, and Mike Sigrist talk about how to prepare for multi-event weekends.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
Get ready for Modern with the master of GB/x midrange Reid Duke!
Pro Tour Dominaria showcased red, red, and red—but things really aren’t Temur-Energy-bad yet.
Master every archetype in Dominaria Draft with a quick guide from one of the best drafters in Magic, Ben Stark!
OK, it may be true that Corey always plays Grixis Control. But this time, it’s actually a great choice for the metagame.
Played Dominaria all day. 6-2 the sealed mocs with a great deck with 2 dark bargains, multani, josu, and phyrexian scriptures. Then made a draft video and drafted a sweet one. Please let every set be like Dominaria. This is what magic is supposed to feel like.
— Ben Stark (@BenS_MTG) June 10, 2018
Not a good sign if seemingly hardly any professional magic player knows how the current pro points system & qualifications work …
— Kai Budde (@kaibudde) June 13, 2018
I would like to offer a sincere apology. The article I promised for this week, entitled "M19 is an enormous failure because Colossal Dreadmaw isn't in it" will no longer be running and will be replaced with a more personal two-part series entitled: "Card(s) I like from M19" pic.twitter.com/e7bRe82FlR
— Brian Braun-Duin (@BraunDuinIt) June 11, 2018
Crowd sourced brainstorming: what’s one change you’d like to see in Magic
— Sam Black (@SamuelHBlack) June 12, 2018