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.
You can't escape your blood, kid.
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.