Nucky decides not to partner with Rothstein on his Tampa operation, Narcisse recruits Dunn from Chalky, and Van Alden switches allegiance From O'Banion to Capone.

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Margaret Thompson (credit only)
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Lucky Luciano (credit only)
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Mickey Doyle (credit only)
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Nucky gets to know Arnold Rothstein over a card game and sizes up an unexpected partner for his Tampa land deal. A newly-promoted Eddie Kessler gets detoured after making a train-station delivery. When one of their collectors is incapacitated, Al and Frank Capone decide to finish his route, enlisting a reluctant Van Alden to tag along. Agent Knox fills Hoover in on the Thompson operation, vowing to exploit Nucky's weakest link. Chalky is intrigued by Daughter Maitland's presence. Dunn Purnsley goes to Harlem and is courted by Valentin Narcisse. Willie and his college roommate, Clayton, carry a practical joke too far. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | History

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Trivia

The book title that Eli mispronounces as "Tess of de Erbiless" is actually the classic "Tess of the D'Urbervilles" published in 1891 by English author Thomas Hardi (1940-1928). See more »

Goofs

When the Capone Brothers drop off George Mueller/ Nelson van Alden to his partially built ''pre-cut house'' there is building rubble, saw-horses and a toolbox visible on the sidewalk outside the house. No tradesman or even an amateur would leave a toolbox outside and susceptible to being stolen. See more »

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Meyer Lansky: [quietly to an upset Arnold, urging him to quit the poker game] Wouldn't it be best if people don't see you like this?
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Ain't Nobody's Business
Written by Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins
Sung by Margot Bingham
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You don't really know a man until you play cards with him.
22 May 2017 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

This is one of my favorites episodes of the show, I enjoyed every minute of it.

I love that the writers take a episode to talk more about Rothstein, Lansky, The Capones and Nelson.

Rothstein is my favorite character, and in this episode is quite different than the others: he loose in a poker game. I had my theories that Arnold's playing with Nucky like he always does with everyone, but maybe he's really loosing and it's amazing to see him like this. The scene which Meyer talks to him, and the look between the two is breathtaking.

And what can I say about Meyer? Another of my favorite characters and in this episode he's the star. Every word he say was spectacular and Anatol did an amazing job. The scene where he beats the other guy was worth watching.

I really enjoyed every scene with the Capones-Nelson and Ralph Capone-Eddie. These were really funny and scary in a way, but I loved to see Michael Shannon and Stephen Graham, they had a really good chemistry.

+ The Capones.

+ Rothstein loosing the game.

+ Lansky's the star.

+ Anatol Yusef was outstanding.

+ Willie's in trouble.

+ Eddie in the end.

10/10


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