Sheldon continues in the EDH vein, with another night of battling it out at the weekly EDH tournament.
David goes in-depth in today’s draft walkthrough, discussing each pick in detail, as well as providing the play-by-play for each of the games!
Unqualified, Zaiem still took the trip to Honolulu to play some Magical cards (the location probably helped too).
Like the rest of the ChannelFireball crew, Josh was in Seattle battling with Swans. Here is his story.
Having a good sideboard is integral to success, and he feels like that is exactly what he was lacking at this Pro Tour.
Luis Scott-Vargas answers your questions from the Forums section of ChannelFireball.com.
Riki is back, and covers his first tournament as a Level Three judge! Take a look at his GP experience.
A lot has been made about ethics and morality in Magic recently with a slew of articles on mind tricks.
Gerry played an innovative Bloom Tender Lark deck at GP Seattle, and even though he didn’t make Day Two, there are plenty of lessons to be learned.
LSV may be in Hawaii, but he still has GP Seattle fresh on his mind. Check out the conclusion to LSV’s Grand Prix Seattle / Tacoma Report here!
Just in time for Pro Tour Honolulu, Webster brings you an epic battle between Good and Evil on the battlefield of an SCR Draft.
To say that the GP did not go according to plan for Zaiem would be an understatement. But as usual, the introspective one did a learn a few things.