From Around the Web
Andreas Peterson at MTGMintCard shows you how to improve your Legacy sideboard.
Chris Peters at Omaha.com has a profile on John Rolf, who made the Magic Professional League.
Princess Weeks at the Mary Sue has some spoilers from Ravnica Allegiance.
Riley Knight at TCGPlayer looks at how the new cards will affect Standard.
Eli Kassis at Face-to-Face Games shows you the ropes with the deck he used to win Grand Prix Oakland.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
Matt Sperling picked up the GP-winning Izzet Phoenix deck for the first time at an MCQ at MagicFest Oakland, and quickly snagged an invite.
More flexible answers are more plentiful than ever, and the implications of that are obvious. Best-of-one is the future of Standard.
Follow along with LSV as he enters another Powered Cube Draft on Magic Online!
Easy to pick up and play, Death & Taxes is one of Legacy’s most difficult deck’s to master.
What’s the most difficult deck to play in Legacy? PV polled players, pros, and offers his own take!
When recording life totals, do you write 20 for both players or start with first change?
— Sam Black (@SamuelHBlack) January 10, 2019
My opponent just went turn 2 Wildgrowth Walker into turn 3 Tomb Robber in Momir. Can I win? pic.twitter.com/2HGPeWfFJb
— Jelger Wiegersma (@WJelger) January 8, 2019
"What if we combined the powers of Psylocke and Kitty Pryde, but also she's a Ghostbuster?" pic.twitter.com/ZnRjFPHEkm
— Pat Cox (@wildestnacatl) January 8, 2019
The prize pool did that, not the concession. We should be thankful hunter decided to fly to the event to pursue his hobby and congratulate him on having his life together. https://t.co/SoRbir7N0G
— Paul Rietzl (@paulrietzl) January 7, 2019
Research by William Lamping.