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.
Never one to let a white deck pass him by, Craig takes a look at the nearly Monowhite Devotion deck that has been popping up. He also shows off a nearly Monogreen Devotion deck and gives his thoughts on the Magic Online "situation."
With several new decks emerging from the MaxPoint Championship this past weekend, Pro Tour champion Craig Wescoe goes over a couple of them, along with a Dimir Control deck from Pro Tour Theros that we might be overlooking.
Craig discusses the changes that occurred to Standard, shares an Azorius deck in the works that attempts to take advantage of the heroic mechanic, then covers a few things related to finance, including how his predictions fared!
Pro Tour Champion Craig Wescoe believes there are four tier one decks that are holding the Standard format up right now. Inside he'll propose what he thinks is the best strategy to beating them at the TCGplayer $50,000 Championship next weekend.
Pro Tour Champion Craig Wescoe shows us several flavors of white decks from post Pro Tour Theros Standard. He'll go over Orzhov, Selesnya, and Boros, and you can rejoice, as there is nary a devotion deck to be found!
Craig takes a moment to offer some heartfelt, strategic advice regarding self-reflection. How does it apply to you and what can we learn from the Pro Tour Champion? Don't miss this amazing introspective piece to find out.
Pro Tour Champion Craig Wescoe examines not one, not two, but five different variations on white and red aggro decks from the first batch of Theros Standard events, just in time for the TCGplayer Fall State Championships.
As is customary with each new set, Craig goes over his financial predictions for all of the mythics in Theros along with some of the most noteworthy rares. Find out which cards you should you pick up and which you should keep an eye on.
Craig revisits Selesnya, Gruul, and Izzet aggro lists updated with Theros just in time for the TCGplayer Fall State Championships. Could one of these initial aggro lists be the go-to decks in the new format?