Tilt

Season 1 Episode 7

Shuffle Up and Deal

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Mar 03, 2005 on ESPN
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Shuffle Up and Deal
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The Matador must win a bracelet at the World Championship of in order to secure a minority stake in the Colorado. Eddie, Miami and Clark, meanwhile, begin to set a trap for the Matador.

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    9.7
    This episode had everything I wanted in it. Clarks backstory seemed to finish up nice, with him finally becoming even with his friends and helping them book out of town. There was a lot more poker playing this this episode, more then in any episode of Tilt then we have seen to this date. Episodes like this were what I expected when I sat down to watch this series, but instead we got more Casino drama then anything else. Im not saying I didnt like the No poker more drama approach, but having a lot more poker in this episode was a nice surprise. One of the better episodes of the season, if not the bestmoreless
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Amelia Cooke

Dee Everest

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Peter Outerbridge

Peter Outerbridge

Randy Cioffi

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Robert Forster

Robert Forster

Jimmy Towne

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Michael Murphy

Michael Murphy

Jimmy Malloy

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Norman Chad

Norman Chad

Himself

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Fulvio Cecere

Fulvio Cecere

Skip Dimitriapoulis

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    • (To Lowball who is handcuffed)
      Lee: You alright?
      Lowball: I think so. Get me out of these.
      (Lee examines the handcuffs)
      Lee: How?
      Lowball: You're the cop!
      Lee: It's not like there's a master key.
      Lowball: Call a locksmith.
      Lee: At midnight?
      Lowball: They get calls like this all the time... We're in Vegas.

    • Amber: It won't cost you anything, its just I, you make me hot.
      Nickel: Oh, yeah, oh, sure I do. Can't keep your hands off me, right? I know this game honey.

    • Eddie: Before long, you can end up doing unspeakable things, and finding ways to tell yourself its alright. I guess in the end, no matter what we do, or why, we're all the hero in our own story.

    • Matador: Is that fair?
      Jim: Fair is the floor to vote.
      Matador (Laughs): Cards and politics don't mix.

    • Eddie: And the thing about money is, it makes people do things they wouldn't ordinarily do.

    • Matador: So, uh, I hear they call you, 'Gentleman Jim'. And why is that?
      Jim: I never tell.
      Matador (Laughs): That's good! That's very good! 'Cause obviously if we do this thing, that's a secret I'd like you to take with you to your grave. If you don't, chances are, you're gonna get there a little bit sooner than you expected.
      Jim - I understand.

    • Eddie: The top card players manage to forget that their chips represent cash. Instead, they see them as bullets in a . That's why chips are referred to as . But still, at bottom, it is money. That's what you play for.

    • Norman Chad: This Eddie Towne is something Lon. He plays as well as he looks.
      Lon McEachern: Interesting that you noticed that Norman, you looking for a date?
      Norman Chad: Naw, I'm between marriges. I don't date between marriges Lon.

    • Matador: What happens if I can't come up with that much money?
      - Well then you'd have to, have to be just a regular player here. I can't do any more.
      Matador (Laughs): A regular player! Okay, I don't know what that is.

    • Jim: Despite my actions son, in my heart, I always want to give the doughnut.

    • Dean: Well, I guess you better leave town man.
      Clark: It's easier said than done.
      Dean: Buy a bus ticket! 'Cause if you don't give me something I can throw to these guys you're going to jail. Or you're gonna get hurt. Either way, you lose.

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