Dan Selig is a bored thirty year-old math wiz who's looking for a way to change his life. His ray of light comes in the form of a curvy blonde named Alicia, who recruits Dan to join her ... See full summary »

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Dan Selig
Camden Brady ...
Alicia Barzun
Kofi Natei ...
Thomas Lee
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Annoying Boss (as Andy Allen)
Michael Aranda ...
Fedov
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Yergei Russian mobster
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Pit Boss
Oliver Theess ...
Man In The Freezer
A.J. Elez ...
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Rob Little ...
Gun Shop Owner
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Imlay (as Edwin Habacon)
Haley Doeppers ...
Card Club Waitress
Gerrence George ...
Janice's Ex.
Rafal Janowski ...
Yergei's Bodyguard
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Dan Selig is a bored thirty year-old math wiz who's looking for a way to change his life. His ray of light comes in the form of a curvy blonde named Alicia, who recruits Dan to join her blackjack card counting team for a one night Las Vegas score. Dan accepts the offer and meets Thomas, a Texas cowboy with a violent past. Alicia trains Dan and Thomas in the art of card counting and as the team hits the felt in Sin City, we learn that the perfect crime isn't so perfect. When things go from bad to worse, Dan will find out the hard way that with millions up for grabs, the only question is, who's playing who? Written by Anonymous

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When you bet with your life, be prepared to pay.

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Crime | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language and some sexuality/nudity
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20 December 2005 (USA)  »

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$70,000 (estimated)
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Not worth it.
5 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was very disappointed. The movie was filled with poor acting and scripting, an especially wooden performance from the female lead Camden Brady. Far fetched plot and not mathematically probable, as any true card counter would agree. One additional error I noted was that the Blackjack table at the casino showed the dealer using six to eight decks of cards, with the premise of the whole movie and the card-counting algorithm based on the fact that the casino was still using only one deck of cards. The only saving grace was that I didn't have to pay to rent this movie, since Hollywood video went to all you rent for $15 per month last year. Oh, and yes, Camden was very easy on the eyes.


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