Matt Dillon is the man, the first they all look for, and the last one they want to meet.
Chester complains to Matt about having too much month and too little pay left. He also lost the last of his cash in what looks like a crooked card game. Besides being a crooked gambler, the man lets Matt know that he came to Dodge to kill him. He challenges Matt to the classic duel at sundown.
Matt wins the gunfight, but does a gunfighter really ever win? The life is not as glamorous as its legend makes it sound. Matt tells the listeners of the down side that being such a good man with a gun has to deal with. Is there any pride, or glory in dueling? What does it prove? The gamblers young brother rides in to town, and looking for revenge. Does the kid have what it takes? Will he come to his senses before he is in over his head?