From Around the Web
Rob Wolfe from Dartmouth Alumni magazine has a profile of Reid Duke.
It’s not longer the defining matchup of the format, but it’s still a tricky one to navigate. David Calf at Axion Now gives you some tips for the Golgari mirror.
Michael Bonde shares his build of Jeskai at MTG Mint Card.
With Red-White Aggro everywhere, is there a way to exploit the new metagame? Adam Yurchick looks at how to take advantage of the results of the Pro Tour.
Jeff Hoogland at CoolStuffInc crunches the numbers of the Pro Tour.
ICYMI: 5 Posts from ChannelFireball
Frank details the Mono-Red deck he played at Pro Tour Guilds or Ravnica, and looks at its position in the current Standard metagame.
On the eve of the Pro Tour, Martin broke down TeamCFB’s R/W Aggro deck that LSV took all the way to the finals.
Golgari Midrange wasn’t the story at Pro Tour Guilds of Ravnica, but with its positioning against white aggro, it might be the perfect choice now.
Pro Points: PVDDR, Mike Sigrist, and Sam Black recap Pro Tour Guilds of Ravnica.
Matt Sperling used some unconventional deck building choices to create the list he used to Top 8 the Vintage Championships.
I’d like to also announce my retirement from professional play (retroactive to 2003). Will keep playing promotionally, however.
— Paul Rietzl (@paulrietzl) November 12, 2018
— Ojun the Memeatog (@Ojudaddy) November 12, 2018
As Team CFB we won 81% of our limited and 44% of our constructed matches. Lul.
— Luis Scott-Vargas (@lsv) November 11, 2018
Thanks to @efropoker and @G3RRYT for making the Mono-Red list I played at #PTGRN. The deck might be a good choice moving forward for GP Milwaukee as it completely decimates the White aggro decks that littered the top 8 of the PT. pic.twitter.com/8E7CIS8QPE
— Oliver Tomajko (@OliverTomajko) November 13, 2018
Research by William Lamping.