When a new detective is caught by a vicious psychopath and locked in a basement, he must use the knowledge he learned from some of the best detectives at Poker Night, then match wits against his captor.
When you become a detective in Warsaw Indiana - you go to Poker Night, where you play against some of the best cops in the business. They tell you stories about their time on the job - their successes and failures. When new Detective Stan Jeter leaves the game, he is caught by a vicious psychopath and locked in a basement. Using the stories he heard at Poker Night, he must match wits against his captor - and save not only himself, but the young girl trapped in the basement with him. Like Seven and Usual Suspect, Poker Night combines thrills and twists and turns that will leave you guessing till the very end. Written by
Rick Fox played basketball at Warsaw High School. See more »
Superglue (i.e. cyanoacrylate glue, CA glue) is a kind of glue that does not actually "dry". This kind of glue sets through a chemical reaction when exposed to moisture. And in presence of sufficient moisture it sets very quickly. This is the reason it can instantly bond human skin, or varoious porous moisture-containing materials (e.g. wood). This is also the principle on which various CA "glue accelerators" are based.
However, this glue can maintain its liquid state for a very long time when exposed to fairly dry air. A drop of CA glue will sit in the open for hours and hours without setting, since it pulls very little moisture from surrounding air.
It is incorrect to claim that superglue applied to a gun would've dried quickly. Quite the opposite, the movie depiction of CA glue's behavior is very accurate: it remains liquid on an exposed metal surface, but cures instantly when comes in contact with human skin. See more »