This week: Dominaria!
The Jund mirror is one of the format’s most complex matchups. Joel walks you through every aspect to take your game to the next level!
It didn’t take much testing for Andrea to lock into a Standard deck for Team Trios.
GP Madrid showcased three incredibly well-balanced formats last weekend.
This week: Turbo Fog in Pauper, Unstable in Commander, and PV shades my headline writing.
Once you get your third, you’re out of the draw bracket at least.
It might be the most overrated deck in the format.
Death’s Shadow sees a decline, and big mana makes a push for Modern supremacy.
Gabe lays out the 3-deck configuration he would choose for Madrid, on a team made up of three Nassifs!
This Week: Sweet blue decks from Denver, Eternal Weekend, and Ajani’s suspicious level of progress in the weight room.
Andrea learned the hard way that the metagame isn’t very friendly to B/G Delirium right now, and shares a few ways that you can adapt.
This Week: GP Madrid, King of the Fatties Jamie Wakefield, and Matthew Nass’s biggest fan.
Martin tried his best to find a new angle to attack the Modern metagame, and arrived at a GW Hexproof deck that crushes Delver and Burn!
Josh Silvestri revisits Modern, Cruise, and Pod in the wake of Madrid and Day One of #mtgchamp!
The breakout star of GP Madrid was… Birthing Pod? Sam Pardee breaks down the lists that managed to triumph in the new Modern metagame!
Andrea Mengucci took Modern Scapeshift to a Top 64 finish at GP Madrid and brings you his updated list and sideboard plan!
Frank Karsten took an updated version of Affinity with Chalice of the Void to combat UR Delver into battle at GP Madrid!
If you’re looking for a deck for GP Madrid, Travis Woo offers his unique 3-color take on Jeskai Ascendancy combo!
If you’re ready to play the best deck, Caleb Durward has you covered with his own optimized UR Delver list just in time for #GPNJ!
Now that Jeskai Ascendancy combo is on the radar its performance has dipped. Could the key be to cut green?