Tilt

Season 1 Episode 4

The Aftermath

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Feb 10, 2005 on ESPN
9.1
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After Seymour's death, there is speculation all over Vegas about what happened. Officials rule his death a suicide. While that is happening, Eddie and Clark go to his apartment to find where he hid the stash. Miami does not take the news of his death well at all. She bursts into the apartment and takes out a gun. Eddie and Clark take it away from her and tell her that is not the way Seymour would have wanted it. They decide they can wait no longer, they have to get in a game with The Matador now. When Nickel hears about the death, he immediately knows that it was not a suicide. He goes out and talks with people, trying to piece together what happened right before he died. He pretends to be a funeral director, so he goes to the coroner and takes pictures of Seymour's dead body. While talking with these people, he is able to learn that Tropical Henry was involved in the death somehow. Clark is approached by two of his former business partners, Dean and Shurgin. They want him to participate in a money laundering scheme, and at first he goes along, but then he decides it's not a risk he's willing to take. Everest approaches Lowball and warns him in no uncertain terms that he shouldn't try to force The Matador out. Nickel brings the evidence he has to police chief Carruthers, but the chief says that all of it is circumstantial. He also gives Nickel a thinly veiled threat that he should leave town.moreless

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    8.4
    This episode was more of a setup for the next episode is anything else. The big storyline here as far as poker is concered was Miami going mental and on Tilt after the death of her close friend Seymore. Everything else in the episode was random and not needed. Clarks storyline with his old college buddies was pointless and I dont think that will be going much of anywhere in the next few episodes except maybe a couple of "Why did you drop out convos". Don Everest didnt play much of a role in this episode and the relationship between Dee and Eddie didnt improve much either. Not the best episodes Ive seen from Tiltmoreless
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Gil Rivera Blas

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Tim Burd

Tim Burd

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Fab Filippo

Fab Filippo

Dean

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George Buza

Tropical Henry

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Fulvio Cecere

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