This Week in Magic
Ben Bellis won GP Detroit, taking down the Core Set 2020 Limited format!
Across the pond, Sveinung Bjørnerud won Krakow with a U/W draft deck.
From Around the Web
Danny Foster at DotEsports at investigates the recent Arena suspensions.
Luke Plunkett at Kotaku details the magic names a robot came up with and why they are great.
Alias V at TCGplayer writes about a new Rakdos aggro deck.
Kendra Smith at CoolStuffInc looks at the new Pauper staple.
Matti Kuisma at Hareruyamtg looks at how to prepare for a big tournament.
Best of CFB
Circle of Protection: Red 😂😂😂 (Stolen from the MTG:Arena discord channel) pic.twitter.com/Q8l59N2Ur2
— Martin Jůza (@MartinJuza) July 16, 2019
Looting is Red
Thought Scour is Blue
Discard 2 Phoenixes
Flip Titi, Bolt You
— Kat Light (@HellKatMTG) July 8, 2019
"Hey Emma, how do you feel about Infect for the MC?" pic.twitter.com/rNwOLZlXj7
— Emma Handy (@Em_TeeGee) July 17, 2019
The fact that there is no playable way to punish Snow-Covered Lands in Modern or older formats does something I really hate. It makes you choose between max EV and an extremely popular source of creative expression in MTG: which basic lands you use.
— Matt Sperling (@sickofit) July 12, 2019
I think we can all agree that they should ban cards until the Modern deck I like is good.
— Pat Cox (@wildestnacatl) July 1, 2019