Craig covers one of the most important and difficult topics in any strategy game: bluffing. Find out what you can learn from the master just in time for this weekend's TCGplayer Diamond Opens in Minneapolis and Portland.
Mike takes a look at a few very tricky lines of play with Pro Tour Top 8 competitor and former R&D member Zac Hill. Find out if you've won $25 in TCGplayer store credit for agreeing with either of the duo!
Steven Mullahoo returns to give us some tips on how best to continue playing Magic after the Summer has ended and school has started. This is a great piece on how to incorporate your Magic playing into your busy college life.
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Frank takes another shot at BUG Superfriends, one of his favorite archetypes, to see if it can hold up in today's Standard format. Find out if the deck can compete at the TCGplayer Opens in Minneapolis and Portland this weekend!
Melissa takes a look at what the Standard format might look like after Return to Ravnica block rotates out. Find out which exiting cards threaten to change the entire format, and which decks stand a fighting chance.
Adam takes a look at one of the more interesting decks to come out of the TCGplayer Modern State Championships: Storm Aggro by Michael Tedeschi. See Adam pilot the deck on Magic Online and find out what changes he suggests.
Seth examines the process for selecting the correct deck for an event and how you can improve you odds by figuring out which deck works best for you. Use his advice for this weekend's TCGplayer Opens in Minneapolis and Portland!
Conley has been keeping an eye on the Whispering Madness/Notion Thief combo for a while now. With the two cards on the verge of rotation, has Conley found an appropriate shell for the cards to give them a fitting send off?
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