Any way that suited the other man would suit him - any way just so's he got a bet, he was satisfied. But still he was lucky, uncommon lucky; he most always come out winner. He was always ready and laying for a chance; there couldn't be no solit'ry thing mentioned but that feller'd offer to bet on it, and take any side you please, as I was just telling you.
From Mark Twain's "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County".
What exactly the above phrase means? What could be said instead of "any way just so's?"