A world-famous poker champion drops dead in the middle of a game. He appears to have had a heart attack. Outside of the city, Nick and Catherine investigates the death of a young street racer.

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Tony Del Nagro
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Mr. Del Nagro (as Cliff DeYoung)
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Thumpy G
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Doyle 'Candyman' Pfeiffer
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Michelangelo (as J.P. Pitoc)
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Nick's car expertise proves valuable when the local street race champion is found shot dead in his car in the desert, apparently during a duel. The motive is to be found is his automotive past. A poker champion died from a lead overdose while playing. Grissom works out how and why. Written by KGF Vissers

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26 September 2002 (USA)  »

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Carmine Giovinazzo, here appearing as street racer Thumpy G, would cross the tracks to law enforcement two years later becoming CSI:NY regular Detective Danny Messer. See more »

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In this (and other episodes) one of the CSIs uses the metal pliers on his multi-tool to extract a bullet from where it was embedded in something. In real life, a forensics tech would never use their own multi-tool, because of the possibility of cross-contamination between scenes. In addition, bullets are never extracted with metal pliers, because they may damage the unique markings on the bullet. Typically plastic, or rubber coated tools are used to extract an embedded bullet. See more »

Quotes

Catherine Willows: [loud music blaring from Thumpy G's car] Hey! You deaf?
Thumpy G: Thanks a lot. What's up? I'm Thumpy G.
Catherine Willows: A jackhammer is about 50 decibels quieter.
Thumpy G: Y'know, the only way to beat a jackhammer is to bust 15,000 watts of Run-DMC's "Dumb Girl," or, or LL Cool J's "Going Back To Cali?"
[from offscreen, a friend calls to him; Thumpy G answers]
Thumpy G: What up, dog?
Catherine Willows: Yo, Thumpy, you blow out a lot of eardrums?
Thumpy G: Try to.
Detective Cyrus Lockwood: You know this cat, Jace Felder?
[shows Thumpy G photo]
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Who Are You
by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who
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