Control decks are few and far between in modern, with such a wide and diverse format it is hard for control decks to have all the right answers.
Modern is a very fast format lately so the midrange decks look a bit different to the ones you may be used to seeing in standard.
Recently there were two big bannings in the format so most players are still trying to adjust and work out which deck is going to be the dominant deck. I am going to discuss just a few
The Games Lab team were recently in my town demonstrating the game so I used the opportunity to catch up with them and hit them up with a few questions I had.
With the World Championships over we bid goodbye to another competitive season and look to the next. Part of that is seeing off cards which leave standard format, but another is examining the landscape of the next
So yes, I have given up and joined the "Dark" side, I am playing Naya Burn in modern now. Let's see how I go in this PPTQ.
Rough Times Ahead It’s modern season once again, but I’m not loving the format as much as I used to. Modern used to be really diverse with many different strategies all being viable, but lately it seems
Jon Finkel is widely regarded as the greatest player of all time. He was inducted into the Pro Tour Hall of Fame in the first year of its existence in 2005.
Brian is a pro player who writes for Channel Fireball. He has won two Grand Prix and made top 8 on seven occasions. He has also seen great success on the Star City Games Tour.
Luis Scott-Vargas, commonly known as LSV is a Pro Tour Hall of Famer. He has eight Pro Tour top 8's with one win, as well as fifteen Grand Prix top 8's with five wins.