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"All In" is the fourth episode of the fourth season of Boardwalk Empire, and the 40th episode overall. The episode was written by Executive Story Editor David Matthews and helmed by returning director Ed Bianchi. It first aired on September 29, 2013.

Jake Guzik suffers a heart attack in Chicago and Al and Frank Capone decide to take over his collections for old times sake. They drag George Mueller along and solidify his loyalty against Dean O'Banion after involving him in a truck heist and murder. Nucky Thompson offers to partner with Arnold Rothstein in the Florida deal but is put off by Rothstein's obsession with winning at the poker table. He finds an unexpected replacement in Meyer Lansky. Dunn Purnsley ingratiates himself with Valentin Narcisse. Willie Thompson plots revenge against the classmate who embarassed him but his poisoning plan goes too far and the boy is killed. Eddie Kessler enjoys his newfound responsibilities and celebrates with a night out in the company of Ralph "Bottles" Capone before being arrested by Bureau of Investigation Agent Warren Knox.


Official SynopsisEdit

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 roomate, Clayton (Owen Campbell), carry a practical joke too far.



Appearances Edit

First Appearances Edit


Deaths Edit

  1. Henry - Poisoned by Willie Thompson.
  2. Stu - Shot by Al Capone.
  3. Boorish Man - Beaten to death by Meyer Lansky.




  1. Steve Buscemi as Nucky Thompson
  2. Kelly MacDonald as Margaret Thompson (credit only)
  3. Michael Shannon as Nelson Van Alden / George Mueller
  4. Shea Whigham as Eli Thompson
  5. Michael Stuhlbarg as Arnold Rothstein
  6. Stephen Graham as Al Capone
  7. Vincent Piazza as Salvatore Charlie "Lucky" Luciano (credit only)
  8. Michael Kenneth Williams as Chalky White
  9. Anthony Laciura as Eddie Kessler
  10. Paul Sparks as Mickey Doyle (credit only)
  11. Jack Huston as Richard Harrow (credit only)
  12. Ron Livingston as Roy Phillips (credit only)
  13. Jeffrey Wright as Valentin Narcisse
  14. and Gretchen Mol as Gillian Darmody (credit only)

Guest StarringEdit

  1. Anatol Yusef as Meyer Lansky
  2. Brian Geraghty as Warren Knox
  3. Domenick Lombardozzi as Ralph Capone
  4. Ben Rosenfield as William Thompson
  5. Erik LaRay Harvey as Dunn Purnsley
  6. Arron Shiver as Dean O'Banion
  7. Eric Ladin as J. Edgar Hoover
  8. Morgan Spector as Frank Capone
  9. Joel Marsh Garland as Stu


1. Margot Bingham as Daughter Maitland
2. David Campbell as Tom
3. Owen Campbell as Clayton
4. Joe Caniano as Jake Guzik
5. Josh Caras as Henry
6. Jake Woodbury Davis as Tip
7. Nate Dern as a Bureau of Investigation Agent
8. Kayla Ferguson as Doris
9. Maggie Fine as Jerry's neighbour in 1C

10. Rae Gray as Claudia
11. A.J. Heekin as the Onyx Club Poker Dealer
12. Will Janowitz as Hymie Weiss
13. Arron Joshua as the Stoop Loudmouth
14. Ned Luke as the Andrew Hamilton
15. Shane Nepveu as Flitch
16. Dieter Riesle as Eddie's friend 1
17. Eric Reid Schroeder as Jerry Flentje
18. Christiane Seidel as Sigrid / Mrs Mueller

19. Dominik Tiefenthaler as Rudy (Eddie's friend 2)
20. Ben Van Bergen as Thomas (Eddie's friend 3)
21. Jacob A. Ware as Agent Selby
22. Jonathan Brody as Onyx Club Patron 1
23. Natalia Lepore Hagan as Onyx Club Patron 2
24. Amelia Lowe as Onyx Club Patron 3
25. Clifton Samuels as Onyx Club Patron 4


Opening creditsEdit

  1. Meredith Tucker - Casting
  2. Bill Groom - Production Designer
  3. Tim Streeto, A.C.E. - Editor
  4. Bill Coleman - Director of Photography
  5. Rick Yorn - Producer
  6. Joseph E. Iberti - Episodic Producer
  7. Dennis Lehane - Consulting Producer
  8. Eugene Kelly - Co-Executive Producer
  9. Howard Korder - Executive Producer
  10. Tim Van Patten - Executive Producer
  11. Stephen Levinson - Executive Producer
  12. Mark Wahlberg - Executive Producer
  13. Martin Scorcese - Executive Producer
  14. Terence Winter - Executive Producer
  15. Terence Winter - Creator
  16. David Matthews - Writer
  17. Ed Bianchi - Director

Closing creditsEdit

  1. Stephen Pope - Stunt Coordinator
  2. Brad Carpenter - Co-Producer
  3. Dhana Rivera Gilbert - Unit Production Manager
  4. Joseph E. Iberti - Unit Production Manager
  5. Jude Gorjanc - First Assistant Director (AD)
  6. Ted O'Connor - Second AD
  7. Pepper O'Brien - Co-Producer
  8. John Dunn - Costume Designer
  9. Lisa Padovani - Co-Costume Designer
  10. Randall Poster - Music Supervisor
  11. Lesley Robson-Foster - Visual Effects Supervisor
  12. David Matthews - Executive Story Editor
  13. Cristine Chambers - Staff Writer
  14. Jennifer Ames - Staff Writer
  15. & Steve Turner - Staff Writer
  16. John Flavin - Associate Producer
  17. Russ Hammonds - Associate Producer
  18. Pat Birch - Choreographer
  19. Deanna Dys - Assistant Choreographer
  20. Nelson Johnson - Based on his book Boardwalk Empire



Memorable QuotesEdit


External linksEdit

Season Four
#01 "New York Sour"#07 "William Wilson"
#02 "Resignation"#08 "The Old Ship of Zion"
#03 "Acres of Diamonds"#09 "Marriage and Hunting"
#04 "All In"#10 "White Horse Pike"
#05 "Erlkonig"#11 "Havre De Grace"
#06 "The North Star"#12 "Farewell Daddy Blues"

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