While fun is often reward in itself, it is still fair for players to wonder if they are effectively spending their time and money attending prerelease and launch events. This video will examine the overall value of prereleases in general, and is not meant as a comment on any specific set. Long time viewers know […]
When it comes to double-sleeving, there’s several choices of brands to use for the inner sleeve. While this may seem like a fairly irrelevent factor, choosing the wrong inner sleeve can not only make your double-sleeving experience frustrating, it could also lead to damaging your cards. I’ve already covered the basics of double-sleeving here. This […]
When it comes to card sleeves for your Magic: The Gathering and other trading card games, there’s a wide variety of choices, and the question of which illustrated sleeves are the best. My previous 3 videos overall evaluation is that almost all illustrated sleeves are inferior in quality, shuffle feel, and durability to non-illustrated sleeves. […]
This deck is a surprise success from Wizards of the Coast. It is selling for less than MSRP, it contains a playable competitive deck that worth the cost for someone either new to the Modern format, or whose early attempts at Modern decks have left them unsatisfied. Anyone interested in playing Modern but not know […]
In the end, it is up to you the player to decide whether they want to buy a pre-constructed Commander deck or build one of their own. The Commander Pre-constructed Decks are financially worth the money spent on them, but that money might be more appropriately spent buying singles to construct a deck from scratch. […]
Knowing when and why to buy something as expensive as a booster box is a very important question, one that requires knowledge both of how booster boxes work and what your needs are as a player. Overall, the best value gotten from a booster box currently in Standard is immediately after that box’s set has […]
This video is from a strictly financial standpoint. If you have fun and enjoyment buying an intro pack during prerelease, then more power to you. It is a game, and the point is to have fun, and if you’re doing that then you’re doing it right.
Which gaming case, bag or pack is the best to protect your cards? Besides just ease and convenience, you want protection from a gaming case. Today I’ll examine three of the most likely choices: Ultra Pro, who currently offers one of the more affordable cases on the market today.
What are the best card sleeves for Magic: The Gathering and other TCGs? This video offers a continued compare and contrast of four more card sleeve brands: Monster, Legion (Double Matte), Player’s Choice, & Remove From Game.