Shaking up the NEOS Monthlies: Season 3 Recap

By |2022-08-13T18:15:27+00:00July 29, 2021|

Our friends at New England Old School run a season of monthly old school tournaments which cover the period between the Winter and Summer Derbies. They are extremely fun to [...]

My First Old School Magic Tournament: A Report

By |2022-07-29T16:39:32+00:00December 26, 2020|

Juan Reuter I’ve never been the collector type when it comes to cards. I regularly under-traded my collection to get a specific card I needed for the weekend. I would [...]

A History of Standstill

By |2022-09-12T15:30:42+00:00August 23, 2020|

Felipe Trazar Standstill is an absolute classic Magic the Gathering card. Today it’s a centerpiece in one of Premodern’s best decks; but it has had moments in Vintage, Legacy, Block [...]

Playing Magic With Your Kids

By |2022-09-12T14:50:01+00:00August 13, 2020|

Playing Magic With Your Kids Mario Zanolli This story begins one night in November of 2011, when my first daughter was born. After her, three more would come. Two girls [...]

Cheating, Dishonesty, and Old School Magic

By |2022-09-12T14:29:24+00:00July 1, 2020|

There has always been some level of cheating in Magic. David Williams was disqualified from the top 8 of Worlds 2001 in Toronto for having a playset of marked Accumulated [...]

The Superclasico: An Old School Magic Report

By |2022-09-12T14:18:17+00:00April 23, 2020|

If you’ve ever been to Buenos Aires, you might have noticed the contrast between the neighborhoods of La Boca and Belgrano. La Boca is a hectic, working-class neighborhood with colorful [...]

Shake 1 – Summer 2019

By |2022-09-10T18:22:59+00:00March 3, 2020|

We finally had the chance to play the very first Earthquake League “Shake” last December in Chile. This post tells the story of how we came up with the idea, [...]

Mana Bases in Old School

By |2022-09-07T13:43:35+00:00October 17, 2019|

Andres Hojman One of the joys of old school is brewing. While there are several established top tier decks, the format is still not thoroughly explored. One of the reasons [...]

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