WOTC explains the new Pro Tour system.
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Join Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa, Sam Black, and Mike Sigrist at their latest Pro Points podcast!
Mashi Scanlan, Reid Duke, Brian Kibler, and Brian (the Deck) Weissman continue to break down the top Magic cards of all time.
56 players showed up to battle Pauper in Richmond, and Alex breaks down the best decks from the event!
Joel brings you another heaping helping of Premodern with the Top 8 deck lists from Italy and a new brew that abuses Squee with Compulsion!
Brian’s experience testing for GP Detroit leads him to believe that it is.
Hieroglyphic Illumination is basically an Opt / Sphinx's Revelation split card. pic.twitter.com/ChMEn45ZNd
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) September 12, 2018
Swamp, Ritual, Negator – the original “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”
— Mashi Scanlan (@ThaGuyOnTheLeft) September 10, 2018
Why have the cowards in R&D, in 25 years of Magic, never given us a pushed Unicorn? What are they afraid of?
— Chris Botelho (@CBotelhoMagic) September 12, 2018
Today's probably under the radar card is Golgari Findbroker. There's a lot of asking going on with the cost, but this is a real 3/4 body on your clean 2-for-1. pic.twitter.com/gKwPm2Ek5Y
— Ari Lax (@armlx) September 12, 2018
Research by William Lamping.