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Deckstein Teaches the "Toolbox"

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This video is an example of the "toolbox" concept used in many Magic decks. I enjoy hearing your feedback so feel free to  post and Vote. I respond to as many comments as I can.

May Video Competition Winners

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The moment has arrived and it is time to announce the winners of the Blackborder video competitions during May 2009!

Congratulations to everyone who won. Those who produced regular good videos have really scooped the prize pool for May. Will June be different?

How to be Competitive on a Budget?

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Today I want to look into some of the possibilities how you can stay competitive without spending too much money on expensive cards.

Most people who play in tournaments have been in the following situation: You are a good player, you have a good deck that you worked hard to build, and then you get hosed by a bunch of guys who went and copied a decklist from the internet and coughed up $300-$500 for it. So how do those of us who can't sink that kind of money into decks, or just want to go our own way, compete?

May Points Competition Winners

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Congratulations to the ten people on the leaderboard. Whilst the top people got lots, those lower positions are easily accessible. It should be pretty simple to pick up a prize in June!

Cascade Swans - How it Works

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Seismic Swans has existed since the release of Shadowmoor, but it is always been too unreliable; it hasn’t had a way to quickly tutor for each of the pieces and has never been resilient enough to be a viable deck. That all changed with the release of Alara Reborn. The cascade mechanic has given this deck a new life, and recently made its mark on standard at the most recent Grand Prix.

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Click below for full competition details and an explanation of how to enter.

New Big Video Competition for June!

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June sees the return of one great big video competition! We've got a big bundle of prizes again, so get those videos in!

Prizes: 1st place - $150, 2nd place - $125, 3rd place - $100, 4th place - $75, 5th place - $50

The One Ones Series 1 Episode 3

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Today our dark wizard summons an evil one/one creature with a double black mana cost and starts with the mayhem and the attacking and all that black weenie aggro stuff we all love so much.

Magic for Begginers

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Magic:The Gathering is a TCG(trading card game) that uses skill and strategy.Magic was the first of it's kind and is still the best and the most played TCG around the world.Trading card games like magic combine collectible cards with a stretegy game.To expand your collection you can buy booster packs or single cards.Booster packs come with 15 cards and an additional token card for play.With 15 cards in a booster pack you'll never know what you are going to get the next time you open one up. Now,if you want to get a specific card you'll have to trade a freind or buy one of BlackBorder since it's the most reliable and cheapest source.

Control why play it?

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Today I am going to go into the last of the big four decks...control. Control decks are the decks that usually use permissive cards (like counterspells) to to stall the opponent until they can stabilize the game. These decks tend to drag out games too long. Generally control decks are beaten by aggro decks, but they usually beat combo and midrange decks soundly.

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