Put out deeds, defend 'em if you need to, make tons of money and control points.
This looks pretty scary, but not great in shootouts. I definitely think that sitting back and letting removal jobs against you succeed would help in the future. In our game, opposing them meant I was able to remove far more dudes than I would have otherwise thanks to having a stronger shooting structure.
I agree with DoomDog. I also don't see how Ricochet will help you since you are virtually guaranteed to lose any shootouts that you get into. Most opponents won't need to reveal a cheatin hand against you and will be able to avoid doing so making it a dead card.
I've played a lot of slide decks since the game came out and I can't say enough good things about Buried Treasure. I would remove the Ricochet for them and try to get a 4th copy. It essentially reads "Gain 1 ghost rock and draw another card while removing 0cp deeds from your discard pile" since you won't want to see those 0cp deeds after the deck is reshuffled.
One Good Turn is also really good in this kind of deck. If your opponent cheats during lowball you get 3gr to spend on deeds or dudes. If they don't you can always just play it for the noon ability to draw another card instead.
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