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Tilt

Season 1 Episode 9

The Last Hand

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Mar 13, 2005 on ESPN
9.4
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The Last Hand
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In the season finale, The Matador is forced to surrender, and Eddie decides to leave for a well deserved vacation, somewhere far from Vegas.

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    9.9
    Watching this episode just makes me really want there to be a second season of this show. I know that all the acotrs have moved on and that a second season is never going to happen, but when you really think about it if you get Michael + Eddie + Dee back you can get the show right back off the ground again. With poker becoming as big as it is, Im sure this show would be watched much more then it got during season 1. As far as this episode goes, I really liked it. The only thing I didnt like was the four main actors of the show placing 1-2-5-10 in the main event. No one didnt catch cards? No one got unlucky early? Its too unreal for a 2000+ tourny. But the way Don Everest won anyway to get the better of Towne was awesome and a great way to end the showmoreless
David Anthony Williams

David Anthony Williams

Himself

Guest Star

Lon McEachern

Lon McEachern

Himself

Guest Star

Dov Tiefenbach

Dov Tiefenbach

Crackle

Guest Star

Amelia Cooke

Amelia Cooke

Dee Everest

Recurring Role

Norman Chad

Norman Chad

Himself

Recurring Role

Michael Murphy

Michael Murphy

Jimmy Malloy

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Don: What's going on?
      Stasiak: They snatched up Testa.
      Don: Who's they? Martians?
      Stasiak: The Feds, apparently.

    • Eddie: (closing narration for series) Vegas is at bottom, an illusion. It was built on the crazy dreams of mad men and mobsters, conjured out of the pitiless desert, a monument to the dark side of human desire. If you listen close enough to the desert winds that blow through town, you can hear the ghosts of those Vegas pioneers. And in their whispers, they make one thing clear: Vegas is still a place where most of us... come to lose.

    • Eddie: You bring all these horses to the final table and you still can't put me away.
      Don: Well, maybe you should go back to work for me again.
      Eddie: (dryly) Nah, the medical benefits suck.

    • (After Clark goes all-in after hitting a set of 9s on the flop)
      Norman Chad: (commentating) Boy, this is gonna make David Williams think a little. He needs to decide if Clark has what he's representing, which is at least a big pair and Clark's tougher to read than a Russian novel. Good luck.

    • Eddie: (narrating) General George Patton once said that the test of success is not what you do when you're on top. Success is how high you bounce once you hit bottom. I don't know if Patton ever made it to Vegas but I think he would've liked it. In Vegas, you need to maximize that bounce. 'Cause once it gets you down, the city does everything it can to keep your shoulders pinned to the mat.

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