Tilt (2005– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |  Drama

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



  • Sasha Roiz in Tilt (2005)
  • Sasha Roiz in Tilt (2005)
  • David Christo in "Tilt"
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Brian Koppelman, David Levien

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25 January 2005 | ivand87
Quit listening to the haters, they don't know anything about poker anyway!
After 2 episodes, I have to say I'm already a fan of this show.

A couple of haters here, who probably don't know anything about poker and were too slow to understand what was going on, are talking badly about the show.

Don't listen to them. This show has a very nice cast, is well written, and it has all the elements you'd want from an action series. Michael Madsen kicks ass as The Matador - but right away, the intrigue of seeing him fall to Eddie, Miami and Clark is too much, and you just wanna see how it will all develop.

Add to this a lot of danger surrounding a cop who is after the Matador himself, trying to avenge his late brother, who was killed by the Matador, and you got a big hit! I never watched Playmakers. I heard it was good, but it turned out to be a good thing I didn't watch since ESPN's affiliation with the NFL forced that show to get cancelled.

That won't happen to Tilt - this show will be a success!

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