From Around the Web
Riley Knight takes an analytics approach to Standard with a complete statistical breakdown of where the metagame stands, and how to use that information to your advantage.
Eric Klug developed a Cube built from cards in the best performing decks across Pro Tour history. Now that Cube is live on Magic Online. He delves into the archetypes and strategies you can draft over at CoolStuffInc.
Tobi Henke brings a closer look at the evolution of Core Set Limited.
The unassuming Prophetic Prism has a surfeit of Constructed applications, most of them in Pauper. John Messner at MTGGoldfish brings you a deep dive on the best of them.
Paul Palmer at ManaLeak looks at the impact cards from Commander 2018.
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How many Leylines do you need to swing a matchup? How aggressively should you mulligan? Frank runs the numbers.
Watch the master of control pilot the deck he helped his team construct to break the format at Pro Tour 25th Anniversary!
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Magic, we brought together the hivemind of ChannelFireball Pros, content contributors, and more to create the ultimate list: The 100 greatest Magic cards of all time.
The metagame has shifted ahead of this weekend’s Grand Prix.
Watch LSV pilot the deck his team used in the Legacy portion of Pro Tour 25th Anniversary! It ports the once-dominant Modern Death’s Shadow to gain powerful counterspells like Force of Will and Daze, with some technology like Reanimate thrown in for spice.
— Owen Turtenwald (@OwenTweetenwald) August 15, 2018
Every conversation I've had in 2018 about being a Pro Magic player. pic.twitter.com/PKLdK9vtEe
— Brad Nelson (@fffreakmtg) August 11, 2018
I'm currently soft-locked for Player of the Year if I maintain my current pace of getting first place at exactly the next 6 consecutive GPs in a row. Condolences to everyone else who competed for the slot this year.
— Brian Braun-Duin (@BraunDuinIt) August 10, 2018
This is the single worst deck I've ever drafted pic.twitter.com/3asaZOhbjI
— Emma Handy (@Em_TeeGee) August 16, 2018
— Paul Rietzl (@paulrietzl) August 11, 2018
Research by William Lamping.