Lucky plans to win the $1 million poker tournament that began his downward spiral, then quit gambling for good.
Lucky's "savior complex" is tested when he tries to intervene in Danny's court case; after 57 days of being clean, Theresa resumes gambling.
Lucky and Theresa reach a crossroads in their relationship; Mutha and Vinny try to fix things after Lucky and Theresa fight, but only make things worse.
Lucky plays fateful birthday roulette to decide whether he'll stay in Las Vegas.
Lucky is banned from the casinos after he is accused of cheating; Lucky enlists Vinny and Mutha's help to find out who set him up.
A famous actor makes a deal with Lucky to be his technical adviser.
Detective Gibby McCall thinks he has a chance to extort $5,000 from Lucky after Mutha and Vinny are caught stealing coins from the Wild Pony Casino.
Grief-stricken Lucky tries to defy the odds and win big at every turn on the anniversary of his wife's suicide.
Lucky develops a "tell" as an important satellite tournament approaches; Vinny and Mutha try to scam a mark by posing as card-counting geniuses.
Theresa relies on Lucky for support as her sponsor as she tries to detoxify from gambling and continues to have trouble with her husband.
Lucky gets a job selling meat in an effort to legitimize his life and enjoys success until he runs into a competitor who is using "mob" tactics.
Lucky is compelled to keep gambling to try to settle his debt with Joey Legs; Lucky takes pity on a female doctor and her "son" who are down on their luck.
After losing the $1 million he won in the World Championship of Poker, Lucky tries to find a way to pay back a debt without gambling.