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Young poker players must navigate their past along with the best players in the world to win.

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Series cast summary:
Michael Madsen ...  Don 'The Matador' Everest / ... 9 episodes, 2005
Chris Bauer ...  Leeland 'Lee' Nickel / ... 9 episodes, 2005
Kristin Lehman ...  Ellen / ... 9 episodes, 2005
Todd Williams ...  Clark Marcellin 9 episodes, 2005
Don McManus ...  Bart 'Lowball' Rogers 9 episodes, 2005
Eddie Cibrian ...  Eddie Towne 9 episodes, 2005
Michael Murphy ...  Jimmy Molloy 9 episodes, 2005
Scotty Gelt ...  Scotty Bugatti 9 episodes, 2005
Amelia Cooke ...  Dee 8 episodes, 2005
Nicholas Pasco Nicholas Pasco ...  Testa / ... 7 episodes, 2005
Dov Tiefenbach ...  Crackle 6 episodes, 2005
Fulvio Cecere ...  Skip / ... 6 episodes, 2005
Kenneth Welsh ...  Seymour Annisman 5 episodes, 2005
George Buza ...  Henry 'Tropical Henry' / ... 5 episodes, 2005
Barry Flatman ...  Police Captain Bill Carruthers / ... 5 episodes, 2005
Fab Filippo Fab Filippo ...  Dean Whitmark 5 episodes, 2005
Norman Chad Norman Chad ...  Himself 4 episodes, 2005
Joris Jarsky ...  Luke 3 episodes, 2005
Lon McEachern Lon McEachern ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2005
Greg Bryk ...  Pete Shurgin 3 episodes, 2005
Mayko Nguyen ...  Cathy Kwan 3 episodes, 2005
Victoria Snow ...  Eddie's Mother 3 episodes, 2005
Hayley Lochner Hayley Lochner ...  Young Miami 3 episodes, 2005
Paulino Nunes ...  Stasiak 3 episodes, 2005
Peter Outerbridge ...  Randy Cioffi 2 episodes, 2005
Robert Forster ...  Jimmy 'Gentleman Jim' Towne 2 episodes, 2005
Duane Murray ...  Barthleme 2 episodes, 2005
Dean McDermott ...  Martin Shea 2 episodes, 2005
Sasha Roiz ...  Blake 2 episodes, 2005
Chris Gillett ...  Philip 'Phil' 2 episodes, 2005
Jennifer Ricci Jennifer Ricci ...  Dee's Hot Friend 2 episodes, 2005
Vince Doria Vince Doria ...  Another Player #2 / ... 2 episodes, 2005
Daniel Fathers ...  Muff / ... 2 episodes, 2005
Alex Poch-Goldin ...  Billy Cadinski 2 episodes, 2005
Chantal Vachon Chantal Vachon ...  Reisha 2 episodes, 2005
Matt Gordon ...  Wayne Nickel 2 episodes, 2005
Christopher McGuire ...  Deputy Mike 2 episodes, 2005
Ashley Wolstat Ashley Wolstat ...  Beautiful Hooker 2 episodes, 2005


Young poker players must navigate their past along with the best players in the world to win.

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You're playing poker. They're playing you.






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Release Date:

13 January 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Did You Know?


The origin of the poker term "on tilt" is possibly taken from mechanical pinball machines from the mid-to-late 20th century. Some machines had simple motion sensors. If a player tried to influence the ball's path by shaking or tilting the machine, then "Tilt" would light up on the cabinet, the flippers would stop working, and the player would lose the ball in play. See more »


In the final episode of the first season, when Clark is playing in the World Poker Championship, in the hand that he goes out of the tournament, the ESPN pseudo-coverage showed him as "All-in" before he actually declared. See more »


Don 'The Matador' Everest: If we do this thing, that's a secret I'd like you to take with you to your grave, and if you don't, chances are you gonna get there a little bit sooner than you expected.
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Don't look for REALISTIC poker, just have FUN with it!
11 February 2005 | by LittleGusSee all my reviews

After watching the first four episodes of Tilt it's pretty easy to gather that the show is far fetched and promotes the idea of cheating. If you're looking for REAL poker, go watch re-runs of the WSOP on ESPN Classic or World Poker Tour on Travel Channel, but if you just want a fun show with a poker theme embedded into it, then give Tilt a try. Michael Madsen's character is laugh out loud funny with some of his one liners, and granted the acting from the others is below par, you can't really set the bar high for ESPN shows, especially after Playmakers. So again, if you want a few cheap laughs and just enjoy poker in general, give this show a shot. If you're looking to brush up on your skills and try to play in next years WSOP, then save the criticism and go read Super System! :)

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