Everyone but Big Chris, Little Chris, the four lads and Winston is shot. Hatchett Harry and Barry the Baptist are both shot by the two crooks that the Baptist hired to steal the guns, and Dog is brutally beaten to death by Big Chris after threatening Little Chris. Some time later the boys are in the bar lamenting the loss of the money when Chris walks in with the bag and gives it back to them. He drives off in an expensive car and the boys find out the bag is empty except for a magazine which shows the real value of the guns, they all try to ring Tom. Tom throws the guns off a bridge, but they don't hit the water, instead they land on a small ledge on the bridge. He puts his phone in his mouth so that he can use one hand to grab the guns and the other hand to hang over the side. While is hanging, his phone rings.
Eddie: They're armed.
Soap: What was that? Armed? What do you mean armed? Armed with what?
Eddie: Err, bad breath, colorful language, feather duster... What do you think they're gonna be armed with? Guns, you tit!
Trivia: Just after bacon orders '3 of your most refreshing drinks' listen to the football commentry being played in the background. The film's director Guy Richie is playing on the wing.
Question: During the gambling game at the beginning, one of the rules is 'an open man can't see a blind man'. This seems an insane rule - it means that as soon as one player has their first win, and thus has more money than everyone else at that instant, he should always play blind. If others play open, they can't call him (that would be 'seeing' him), they lose if they fold, so all they can do is raise - and since he has more money, he can then raise back, and keep going until they are unable to raise further (and have to fold, because they still can't 'see' him). The only way to prevent this is to play blind themselves, so after the first win, EVERYONE would play blind. Is this really what's intended?
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