As a writer, Mark has come a long way from "the guy that won Regionals in 2009." He's established himself as a name in the writing community and inside he shares some advice for those of you looking to pen a Magic article for the first time.
Mark has been playing Magic for a long time. And in that time he's attempted to prefect his testing process. Today he shares that process with us which promises to give us all the tools necessary to stop fooling around and start winning.
Mark went from a 5-0 winning streak to a couple of losses to land in 34th place at the SCG Open in Orlando, but he contends that his deck is one of the most powerful in the format. Find out all of Prime Speaker Zegana's secrets inside.
Mark is determined to take down the current boogeyman of Standard - Junk Rites - but how does he plan to do it? Find out what he has in store as he goes over his front runners to keep the deck right where it belongs: in the graveyard.
While Mark's trip to Orlando didn't work out quite as planned, he did have an awesome time for several great reasons. Find out the deck he played, what he learned, and why he had a blast as he recounts the entire adventure inside.
Mark has been preparing furiously for the upcoming TCGplayer Diamond 5k in Orlando. Inside he gives us his tips for playing Naya Humans, American Midrange, and Jund Aggro, as well as the best ways to beat these three popular decks.
Mark had an amazing Day 1 at Grand Prix Charlotte, finishing with an exceptional 8-1 record. Find out how he lead off on Day 2, along with his predictions for the upcoming Standard Diamond 5ks and some financial tips inside.
Impressed by the variations of American Midrange and the dominance of Boros Reckoner at Pro Tour Gatecrash, Mark goes over both inside. He'll also cover his feelings on the Pro Tour Special Invites and why they're not so bad after all.
With the SCG Open in Edison coming to a close, we once again have a new look at Gatecrash Standard. Find out what Mark thinks of the format, and why he's a pretty big fan of the two finalist decks from the event!
Mark goes over his adventures at the SCG Open in Atlanta, including some hot trade info direct from the floor, a little advice regarding thievery, and the American Midrange deck he chose to pilot at the event.