The trio joins mob leader Arnold Rothstein and negotiates a deal with Al Capone; Rothstein is killed after Lasker's wedding.
Future gangsters Charlie "Lucky" Luciano, Michael Lasker and "Bugsy" Siegel meet on New York's Lower East Side in 1907 and go on to begin building a criminal empire selling bootleg alcohol during Prohibition in the 1920s.
Luciano backs Roosevelt; Al Capone is arrested for tax evasion; the brother of Siegel's unfaithful wife works for Schultz.
Schultz ends "Mad Dog" Coll's defiance with murder; Luciano is asked to back Roosevelt at the 1932 Democratic Convention.
Federal prosecutor Tom Dewey increases efforts to nab Luciano; Chris swears revenge on Luciano after Al Capone attacks her.
Luciano returns from Chicago to find Dutch Schultz and Legs Diamond are threatening his empire and orders Diamond killed.
Luciano, Lasker and Siegel begin to build their criminal empire during Prohibition in the 1920s by selling bootleg alcohol.
Future gangsters Charlie "Lucky" Luciano, Michael Lasker and "Bugsy" Siegel meet while stealing in New York City in 1907.
Siegel survives a bomb planted by Davey; the IRS convicts Capone and summons Schultz; Roosevelt betrays his gangster backers.
Lasker learns of Maranzano's plan to kill Luciano, who has Maranzano slain first; Luciano calls a meeting to unite the gangs.
Maranzano unites the gangs and orders Luciano to kill Dutch Schultz; Stella leaves Bugsy; Lasker's son is born handicapped.
Siegel is presumed dead after disappearing; Luciano gets his revenge on Masseria and is offered a position with Maranzano.
Luciano joins Masseria and Capone after Maranzano's men torture him; Lasker deals in Cuba; Siegel appears to betray Luciano.
America's top gangsters meet after Rothstein's death to avert a war; Luciano's neutrality ends when Lasker is nearly killed.