Cody Spears recently won a MaxPoint Silver event with a pretty unique deck. Frank takes that deck and tries to reanimate some of the biggest monsters in Standard including Angel of Serenity and Ashen Rider. Find out how it goes inside.
Cassidy evaluates and builds around the final commander from the Commander 2013 sets: Oloro, Ageless Ascetic. Find out how to best utilize the Esper commander, and how relevant we can make his static life gain abilities.
After the results of Grand Prix Vienna, is Monoblue Devotion the deck to beat this week? Find out what Melissa suggests to combat the blue menace and what decks she thinks are very well-positioned to do so.
Ryan puts his money where his mouth is and takes the BG Devotion list he's been raving about to Magic Online. Does it stand up? And why does he feel it stands out as one of the best options in the format? Find out just in time for GP Dallas.
If you were keeping an eye on Grand Prix Vienna this weekend, you might have noticed something interesting: there were no copies of Monoblack Devotion in the Top 16! Find out what this means for Standard and what decks we should look out for.
There are a lot of learned practices and tricks that you can pick up from attending numerous events. Conley shows us a good deal of them today to give us an idea of how to best manage our premier level tournament experience.
Frank discovers a rather unconventional UWR Control list and tries it out on MTGO. With more finishers than average and a slew of one-ofs, does the deck have what it takes to battle the devoted bogeymen of the format?
John is a grinder through and through. While this was the last PTQ of the season for him, there is still plenty of Theros limited to be played. Find out some of the strategies he implores in the format in time for your next event.
The TCGplayer.com MaxPoint Series offers 9 events this week, including a MaxPoint Gold Event in Davenport, IA on December 7th! Qualify for the TCGplayer.com MaxPoint Championship and earn your share of $50,000!
Craig knows that the two top decks in the format are Monoblue and Monoblack...but is there a white-based aggro deck that can compete? Inside he'll take a look at three such lists and give his opinion on which might be the best.
Frank brews up a Golgari Midrange list with his friend Andrew Cramb and tests it out on Magic Online. Take a look at what they're proposing and maybe you could chime in and let them know what the deck could use and what's not working as planned.