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Burn has fallen a little by the wayside in Modern, but Michael Flores makes the case at Gathering Magic for why it’s still a contender.
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John Messner at MTGGoldfish discusses how to build the optimal Ghostly Flicker deck in Pauper.
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Hop into another Core Set 2019 Draft alongside the master of Limited himself, Ben Stark!
Pat Cox heads into a Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier (PPTQ) on Magic Online to battle some Core Set 2019 Sealed!
Siggy takes questions from the readers via Twitter!
Nicol Bolas looked like another flashy but ultimately marginal mythic rare. That couldn’t be further from reality.
— Good Luck High Five (@GLHFMagic) July 30, 2018
What is the optimal way to play Legacy Lands at a Grand Prix?
— April King (@CubeApril) August 1, 2018
— Martin Jůza (@MartinJuza) July 28, 2018
The second one is easier, but still feels really weird to be sitting out a PT after playing all of them for 7.5 years. I could be spending an inordinate amount of time discussing my 15th sideboard slot right now!
— Pat Cox (@wildestnacatl) August 1, 2018
Research by William Lamping.