This deck is a variation on a stables deck I played at the Edinburgh not-a-sheriff. In London it went 3-1 in the Swiss with the one loss being a very close loss at time to a 108 huckster deck.
The main aim is to get out as many horses as quickly and cheaply as possible with the pawnshop as the pick for Howard. Early on the tight draw structure should keep you competitive in shootouts late game call the cavalry should mean you can get a legal dead mans hand most shootouts.
The main advantage of the Howard/pawnshop/Jarrett start over a more conventional buckin billy/Rico start is the early economy. It also gives you a big advantage in the mirror match which can be a problem as call the cavalry is unlikely to give much of an advantage.
|Nov 20, 2016 Harlath|
|Nov 20, 2016 DoomDog|
|Nov 21, 2016 jordan caldwell|