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Brian O'Hare
Timothy Rhys (co-director)
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  (in credits order)

Doyle Brunson ... Himself

Phil Hellmuth Jr. ... Himself

Daniel Negreanu ... Himself

Annie Duke ... Herself

Phil Gordon ... Himself
David Sklansky ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bobby Baldwin ... Himself
Barny Boatman ... Himself
Ross Boatman ... Himself
Vince Burgio ... Himself
Miami John Cernuto ... Himself
T.J. Cloutier ... Himself
Doug Dalton ... Himself
Bonnie Damiano ... Himself
Chris 'Jesus' Ferguson ... Himself
Layne Flack ... Himself

Larry Flynt ... Himself
Clonie Gowen ... Herself
Barry Greenstein ... Himself
Thor Hansen ... Himself

Jennifer Harman ... Herself
Kenna James ... Himself
Ramnarine Jerrybandan ... Himself
Chip Jett ... Himself
Linda Johnson ... Herself
Mel Judah ... Himself
Warren Karp ... Himself
Lou Krieger ... Himself
Howard Lederer ... Himself
Kathy Liebert ... Herself
Steve Lipscomb ... Himself
Tom McEvoy ... Himself
James McManus ... Himself

Chris Moneymaker ... Himself
Yosh Nakano ... Himself
Evelyn Ng ... Herself
Men Nguyen ... Himself
Scotty Nguyen ... Himself
Puggy Pearson ... Himself
Paul Philips ... Himself
Ron Rose ... Himself
Mark Seif ... Himself

Mike Sexton ... Himself
Dean Shores ... Himself
Charlie Shoten ... Himself
Max Stern ... Himself
Robert Turner ... Himself
David Devilfish Ulliott ... Himself
Amir Vahedi ... Himself
Marsha Waggoner ... Herself

Directed by
Brian O'Hare 
Timothy Rhys (co-director)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Timothy Rhys 

Produced by
Susan Genard .... producer
Philip Ittleson .... executive producer
Paul Pressburger .... executive producer
Original Music by
Buddy Judge 
Cinematography by
Ben Bloodwell 
Mark Petersen 
Film Editing by
Ronen Pestes 
Sound Department
Robert Sylvain .... location sound
Animation Department
Marina Ratina .... animator
Editorial Department
Robert A. Ferretti .... supervising editor
Joëlle Taar .... assistant editor
Eric Williamson .... assistant editor
Music Department
Mark Sterling .... music editor
Other crew
Michael Lee Jackson .... legal & business affairs

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5 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Great interviews, annoying everything else., 23 January 2007
Author: keliwah from United Kingdom

This film contains many interesting clips of interviews with top pro poker players which were great and very professional. I'd have much preferred the movie if was half an hour of those interviews, but instead the producers decided we'd be interested in their failed marriage, rocky business and their attempt at getting lucky at a handful of tournaments to sort their business out which padded the film out to a full 90 minutes of mainly dross. I wasn't interested in their personal situation - why would I be? They were not particularly interesting people and they had little to do with poker, which is what the movie was meant to be about. Most of the movie comprised of a rather annoying sounding woman complain at her bad luck over and over again like a broken record. It was pathetic and pretty lazy film making. A couple of times she did actually explain how she got unlucky, but if they were going to make a lot of the movie about her success and failures at the table, they should've talked a little bit more about her style of play and a few hands in detail. But like the most boring poker blogs on the net, they didn't. To be honest, she seemed to be a very mediocre player at best. Her complete lack of control over her body and facial expression at the table probably gave off all the tells in the world. I noticed she sat next to Ram Vaswani (one of the best tourney players in the world) but she didn't seem to know who he was, so he wasn't interviewed - shame. Notice at one point she complains at her "bad luck" when she was busted out after holding the nut straight on the turn which she said she checked because of the flush draw possibility! The flush then hit, and she must've then called all her chips off. That's an awful play to check on a turn like that and she didn't realise it - she obviously really overrates herself. Still, even with the annoying woman who seems to think it unlucky not to make a heap of money playing $500 buy-in tourneys against better players than herself, it is worth watching (but not paying for).

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