"Les jeux sont faits, rien ne va plus". The stakes are down for Stéphane Dumas (Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge) who has resolved to beat the Casino at its own game at all costs. Fresh out of ... See full summary »








Series cast summary:
Gerardo Lo Dico ...  Policier 1 episode, 2006
Albert Kwan ...  Joueur asiatique 1 episode, 2006
Claude Morin Claude Morin ...  Prisonnier 1 episode, 2006
Anoulith Sintharaphone ...  Bodyguard 1 episode, 2006
Craig Snoyer Craig Snoyer ...  Big Thug 1 episode, 2006


"Les jeux sont faits, rien ne va plus". The stakes are down for Stéphane Dumas (Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge) who has resolved to beat the Casino at its own game at all costs. Fresh out of jail where he was sentenced for a crime he had not committed, Stéphane lands in Montréal, bent on avenging the suicide of his father, a compulsive gambler, and confronting Kim-Dee Nguyen (Thai-Hoa Le)- the man who betrayed him. But does he hold the winning cards? This series deals with issues that are present on the minds of many people, as collateral damages of gambling such as dependency and torn lives amount. A social commentary on gambling and its frequent links to organized crime and money laundering, Casino brings you behind the scenes of this secret world with its good and not so good facets. Written by Anonymus

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Release Date:

1 March 2006 (Canada) See more »


Box Office


CAD 7,500,000 (estimated)
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Avanti Ciné Vidéo Inc. See more »
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One of the best Canadian TV show ever
4 July 2006 | by hiddendragon1987See all my reviews

I've been following this gripping and fascinating Canadian TV show that follows Stéphane Dumas, a man who returns to Canada after he has unfairly spent two years in a prison in Venezuela for drug trafficking. While he was in prison, Stéphane learned one important thing: hiding his cards, or rather his schemes. Once he is in the city of Montréal, Stéphane discovers that not only he has to take revenge against his childhood friend Kim-Dee (the man who was supposed to spend two years in prison in Venezuela), but he also has to get revenge against a casino by... cheating, because his father killed himself when he lost his money.

In my whole life, I've had the chance to watch many Canadian TV show and I can tell you very honestly that only few of them really kept me interested to the point that I am looking forward to follow it week after week. Even though some sub-plots in this nice script written by Réjean Tremblay are not as interesting as they ought to be, the TV show gives us more reason to follow it because it is so unpredictable. The acting is not a problem here. Everybody plays quite brilliantly. On the other hand, since it is a TV show written by Réjean Tremblay, it should also tell you that this is the kind of show that you watch in order to let yourself be seduced by beautiful actresses such as Kim Lambert and Catherine Sénart.

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