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.
With four copies in the Top 8 of Grand Prix Albuquerque, Monoblack Devotion has cemented itself as the deck to beat in Standard. Adam takes a look at the archetype to see what changes were made and why they were great for the deck.
Adam has a bit of experience with Monoblack Devotion after taking it to an X-1 finish at the MaxPoint Championship. Inside he shows us what that experience has taught him and how it took him to the finals of a 90 person tournament.
Adam takes Monoblack Devotion to another level as he focuses on none other than the Pauper version of the deck. Find out what zombies and tricks he has in mind for the Magic Online format's common version of Monoblack Devotion.
With the $50,000 MaxPoint Championship upon us this weekend, Adam tackles all the best decks in Modern. Find out what decks you're likely to see on coverage (starting Saturday at noon!) and what decks to prepare for if you're attending!
With the $50,000 MaxPoint Championship upon us this weekend, Adam tackles all the best decks in Standard. Find out what decks you're likely to see on coverage (starting Saturday at noon!) and what decks to prepare for if you're attending!
Adam takes a good look at Grand Prix Louisville just in time for the TCGplayer Open 5k this weekend in Jacksonville. What can we expect to see, and are there some hidden gems under the mountain of devotion decklists?
Devotion decks were all the rage at Pro Tour Theros, but are they simply a flash in the pan? Adam takes a look at all the different varieties to see which ones utilize the devotion mechanic the best along with what the future might hold.
Adam presents to us two decks set around devotion: monoblack and monoblue. Can a monocolored deck not only survive in this Standard format, but thrive? Adam sets out to find out just in time for the TCGplayer State Championships this weekend.
Adam takes a look at all the Azorius and Esper Control decks that have had success this past weekend, and explores why they've all done so well. Is this the "it" deck to beat at the upcoming TCGplayer Fall State Championhships?