Pearly Gates fleeces $5,000 from Bart but his jilted fiancee, Marla, helps our hero get his dough back.
Bart lends a hand when investors start putting the squeeze on railroad line owner Paul Sutton, to whom he owes a gambling debt.
Bart turns from gambler to stockbroker when he agrees to help a group of farmers start up a gold mining company.
Rancher Big Joe Wheelwright hires Bart to chaperone three women from San Francisco who are coming to his ranch to marry his sons Henry, Moose, and Small Paul.
Bart thinks he's hit the jackpot when he wins a bank in a poker game but he's unaware that it's about to go under.
Bart's fellow stagecoach passengers shun him when they discover he's a gambler but they soon find out he's their only hope for survival when the stage is hijacked by Mexican banditos.
A man claiming to be a leprachaun grants Bart five wishes. Bart is delighted when the first wish comes true but it's all downhill from there.
Two spins of the roulette wheel give Bart part ownership of a casino but then he discovers that his new partner is being blackmailed.
A poker game finds Maverick winning controlling interest in a newspaper that's just been hit with a huge libel suit by a Senator.
Bart is dragooned into being the deputy of a man posing as famed lawman Wyatt Earp.
Pearly Gates and galpal Marla strike again when they rob Bart's poker game. One of Bart's fellow players goes after them with murderous intent.
A con man sells Bart's naive female cousin a money making machine.
Bart, Doc Holliday, and Modesty Blaine get involved in the mother of all train robberies.