Today neuhier continues his Expected Results series, discussing a method for determining how many of each basic land you should play in your limited deck to fight against color screw. He also provides a link to a web app to help you crunch the relevant numbers quickly and easily!
This article marks the first of a set of comprehensive primers for out-of-print draft formats, composed by players with expert-level knowledge of the format. In this first primer, 2010 Pro Tour San Diego winner Simon Goertzen provides a detailed guide to drafting Rise of the Eldrazi.
In this article, Dustini discusses his view of drafting. Taking as a working assumption that there is always a pick that will maximize your chances of winning the draft, Dustini discusses the different factors that determine what that pick is, and discusses reasons why you might be tempted to make the wrong pick.
In this article Dustini discusses his experience preparing for and competing in Pro Tour Dragon’s Maze. Dustini explains the how he decided on a Block Constructed deck and what his goals were, and ultimately finished in the Top 50 to win $1,500.
During small set Prerelease events, unique drafting opportunities are to be had! Chris succumbs to the allure of triple Dragon’s Maze draft after seeing FoundOmega’s enticing draft recap screenshots.
If you want to draft as much as possible, but don’t always care which set you’re drafting, which one should you pick? Sebastian does some math and shows you what is currently the optimal set to draft from a financial perspective (independent of prize pack winnings).
Coincidentally, Chris recently decided to undertake a Magic Online Cube project just as WotC decided to release their own! Look inside for ideas about how to make and draft your own Magic Online Cube!