We get a scene -- in the DARK, so it's not like we can see anyone -- of Mark stalking the tattoo-bearing guy and vice-versa, and it's interspersed with flashbacks to previous episodes, but the upshot is, Mark very nearly gets killed by a guy with the stars on his arm, but Demetri shoots the guy first.
Then Demetri is kicking himself for shooting the star-tattooed guy, and Mark tries to console him by pointing out that had Demetri not acted, then he (Mark) would be dead on the floor. Demetri says heavily, "You can't interrogate a dead man." Not on this show, anyway. I can't believe neither of these ace investigators have realized that maybe, just maybe, it's possible for two different people to have the same thing tattooed on some part of their body.
Outside, Janis walks over to a shell-shocked Ingrid and breaks the news that at least one of the men who wants her dead is still out there. Ergo, the best thing to do is to put Ingrid in protective custody, i.e. the witness protection program. Ingrid says, "That's okay. I think it's my future -- I should have trusted my gut all along." Janis looks very thoughtful as she ponders this; perhaps she's realized that the theme of this episode appears to be Destiny just called; She said "Free will is for suckers." Or perhaps Janis is remembering that her own guts were, until very recently, scrambled and fried and as such their little messages may not be quite accurate? There's a Meaningful Look, in any event.
Back at the card game between Simon and Lloyd: as the strings play a tense little number in the back, Simon glares at Lloyd across the table and says, "Judging from your dwindling amount of chips, your pain is almost over." The dealer lays out the next hand: a five of hearts, a king of hearts, a king of clubs. Then the dealer lays down an eight of hearts. Simon begins the smacktalk: "What are you thinking over there, mate? Maybe you got a pair of eights, rocking a full boat. How much do you have left?" Lloyd has "just under 15." I am going to assume that's "thousand dollars" and not "chips." Ah, yes -- Simon and Lloyd throw more chips in the pile, and the dealer lays down a seven of hearts.