Sep 23, 2013 01:25 PM EDT By Lauren DuBois

‘Boardwalk Empire’ Spoilers: Episode 4 “All In” Promises To Be the Most Intense Episode, Watch First Look Preview [VIDEO]

On the heels of Boardwalk Empire's big win for Bobby Cannavale at Sunday's Emmy Awards, HBO released an intense spoiler clip for Season 4, Episode 4.

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On the heels of Boardwalk Empire's big win for Bobby Cannavale at Sunday's Emmy Awards, HBO released an intense spoiler clip for Season 4, Episode 4.

The episode, titled All In, will feature Nucky getting to know Arnold Rothstein over a card game and sizing up an unexpected partner in his Tampa Land Deal. Meanwhile, Eddie Kessler will be detoured after making a delivery at the train station, and Al and Frank Capone will take matters in their own hands to finish the route of one of their collectors when he is unable to finish.

There was also a hint where Agent Know would expose the weakest link in Nucky's chain, while Willie and his college roommate, Clayton, are going to carry a practical joke too far, according to hwhills.com.

The show also recently released its second soundtrack, featuring tunes from artists as varied as David Johansen, Patti Smith, Matt Berlinger, Elvis Costello, St. Vincent, Neko Case and Liza Minnelli. Two of the shows actresses, Kathy Brier and Margot Bingham also contributed to the soundtrack. Brier sang There'll Be Some Changes Made for the soundtrack, while Bingham contributed her own rendition of Somebody Loves Me.

Cannavale won the Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Sunday night for his role of Gyp Rosetti on the show. He beat out competitor including Mandy Patinkin, Jim Carter, Jonathon Banks, Aaron Paul and Peter Dinklage.

See Related: Bobby Cannavale Wins Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series; Emmys 2013; Thanks 'Boardwalk Empire' Director for Weirdest First Day of Work [VIDEO]

Episode 4 airs Sunday, Sept. 29 at 9:00 p.m. on HBO.

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