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Ken Adams: Buried Alive in Baltimore

by Ken Adams

Well, it looks like it’s finally become time to break my monkly code of silence and deliver the public some MTG content. I’m not sure what direction to take this column in the future (Metagame synopsis, deck brews, fiancial, stories from the road, or a hodgepodge of all the previous), so if you can sound off in the forums it would be appreciated. Did I mention I despise writing? Seriously, I despise writing more than Geth hates creatures and planeswalkers. Well anyway, here goes, just sit right back and I’ll tell you a tale of a fateful trip that led up to playing buried alive at the Baltimore 5k.

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Eli Kassis: Star City Games Invitational

By Eli Kassis

Seven rounds of Legacy and seven rounds of Standard is a lot for one tournament.  Especially since I was sure it would have no more than 150 players, but the thing is this also increases the chances that the stronger players will get there.  As any good mathematician knows, the greater the number of rounds, the less likely you are to be knocked out by an unlucky situation.  Continue reading Eli Kassis: Star City Games Invitational

Eli Kassis: My SCG Boston Experience

by Eli Kassis

I was debating whether to write a tournament report or just talk about my experiences in general and couldn’t decide what people wanted more so I will try to incorporate both aspects into this article. Continue reading Eli Kassis: My SCG Boston Experience