This ID is not good against Notoriety. If you think your opponent is using Notoriety, I strongly recommend defending your central servers. If they cannot get into your central servers, they will have a tough time playing their Notoriety, and you will have an easier game.

Hey! That's a cool Idea! Protecting the central Servers! Oh wait... I don't play Harmony Medtech, so I don't have to do that, right? ;-) —
To be fair, Harmony is worse than other ID against Notoriety, because it earns 1/6th of the needed points instead of 1/7th. That said, I strongly recommend to protect your centrals whichever your ID is if you think your opponent is lucky. —
Harmony especially suffers if you're running GFI, since the runner can now score on Notoriety + GFI + another 3 pointer. —

With all the asset and upgrade spam happening these days, such as in RP and NEH, this card is nothing but a 1 cheaper Desperado that synergizes well with Chrome Parlor and other cybernetics, especially Titanium Ribs. Since you probably want Chrome Parlor and/or Titanium Ribs in your deck anyway, both of these being good cards in their own right, this card is actually playable, unlike Desperado. It's still not as good as a Sure Gamble, but not much is. It's way better than Scrubber because hardware is much more permanent than resources.

I am loving all your reviews today. —
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You can always troll at his published decklists. Please do actually :), they may even reach the first page with all the comments they will get ;) —

I have no idea why Fantasy Flight continues to print utter trash cards such as this one. Let's compare to a Diesel: Diesel lets you draw 3 cards, no questions asked. This card lets you look at the top three cards of your deck and maybe install one of them at a discount of 1. It trashes all those good events you painstakingly included in your deck. If, for some reason you put this card in your deck, if you are ever tempted to install it, don't, and just click for a credit instead.

Are you trolling? Lol, there are plenty of low-event runners that could use some surprise mid-run installations, and before you mention savior-faire or SMC, Street Peddler allows hardware and resources as well. As far as being anarch, installing exactly what you need exactly when you need it is generally how they play. —
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I think he just didn't understand this card's potential. I didn't when it first came out. The biggest benefit of Peddler (imo) is that it gives anarch an instant threat (breaker, Temujin, last second Medium, whatever!) —

You can click for 1. Hence, 1 click is worth 1. This card lets you get 1 click for 4. This card lets you waste 3 on nothing. It is not a good card, and you should not put it in any deck.

I would really recommend looking at cards such as Hedge Fund, Sweeps Week, or even Green Level Clearance if you want economy options, or cards like Efficiency Committee if you want extra clicks. At least Efficiency Committee also grants you agenda points.

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This comment seems to not understand that this is not an Econ card. And they may not know the benefits of scoring out of hand... also they're counting the clicks wrong and likely have not used the card before reviewing. —
What's humor? —
What humour isn't is something you should use to mislead the new people who come to this site to try and make heads or tales of the game. It's fine so long as Ber follows ZenCadenza around, though. —
Fabulous Knight is right. We might get the joke but someone who only picked up the core set this morning might not. Joke reviews are fine as a gag at the bottom of a page after other legit reviews but up voting them too much runs the risk of leading new players astray. —

This is one of the worst cards every printed. It's incredibly expensive, and the economic benefit it gives you simply isn't good enough to compensate. This card saves you 1 per agenda you score. Let's assume you're mostly scoring 2-pointers. Then you need 4 agendas to win, so this card saves you at most 4 over the course of a game. Well, you paid 6 to rez it in the first place, so you used a click to throw 2 directly into the trash. This card is simply a trap for new players who like the color blue.

Fuck off troll. —
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This Card isnt play for saving credits. It is played to score 3 Point agendas in one turn. —
While this review is mostly on point, you are forgetting the often ignored Android: Netrunner card Haas-Bioroid: Engineering The Future. The pure value from that identity turns SanSan into one of the best econ cards in the game. —
After reading the above comment...I honestly feel like you're messing with us. —