We Got A Beef!
Action • Cost 1
React: After an unbooted dude accepts a call out, but before posses are formed, swap the location of either the mark or leader with a dude at an adjacent location controlled by the same player. The chosen dude replaces the original mark or leader in the shootout.
Does the phrase "controlled by the same player" describe the dude or the location? I know the spirit of the card implies that this phrase refers to the dude, but I think the wording can go either way. The phrase "a dude at an adjacent location controlled by the same player" is different and less specific than "a dude who is at an adjacent location and who is controlled by the same player," leaving it open to interpretation.
This is mostly relevant in multiplayer games. For example, Player A's dude calls out Player B's dude in town square while Player C has a dude at a deed that is controlled by Player B. If Player B accepts the call out, Player A then chooses to use "We Got a Beef" to swap Player A's dude with Player C's dude that is at the Player B-controlled deed, taking him- or herself out of the shootout entirely and pitting the other players against each other. Is that a legal use of this card?