Nilo is worried about the numbers game; Brown continues his irresponsible spending; Claudio gets more pressure from Sírio, who wants 50 percent of the profits. The negotiations end badly, and Claudio's son witnesses the tragic event.
Claudio faces opposition from Sírio, his father's old enemy, who wants a part of the slot-machine business; Nilo and Brown are considered legitimate sons of the Gebara patriarch, and they become strongmen for Claudio.
Death returns to the Gebara family; Comodoro's plan is unveiled when the police start closing various gaming houses; Claudio has to leave the business; Brown is within Comodoro's sights; Nilo anticipates his fate.
Four years after that fateful Carnaval, the legend of the Gebaras continues. After the death of their father, the three brothers reunite and agree to work together again; the electronic-gaming business and the samba school continue to be the fronts for their illegal businesses in Rio de Janeiro.