He knows that matters must soon come to a show-down with the bunch.
Would you get buck-ague in a pinch and quit me if it came to a show-down?
Just pick the lady up, carry her out of that room, and have a show-down.
He's a coward when it comes to a show-down, but money and place and power are his gods.
Theyre always for sellin and if it comes to a show-down never haggle much about the lucreit all goes for snake-juice anyway.
But then, when it came to a show-down she might not be so magnanimous as she had appeared tonight.
It doesn't give you a straight flush; but your hand will beat North's if it comes to a show-down between you.
I think we'll be able to count on him later, when it comes to the show-down.
When it came to a show-down, he reckoned his brains were about as good as a policeman's.
Look here, Tom, we might as well have a show-down right now.