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Tripp is an average frustrated chump, who comes up with a golden idea. He partners with Gary, a Wall Street wheeler and dealer, and brings his cousin, Rowan, on-board to help with his business. As Tripp and Rowan journey together for business, Tripp learns about Rowan's extraordinary skills- skills in attracting women. The duo realizes that business and relationships today have a lot in common. Tripp learns Rowan's game and begins closing on business deals. But the problem is, Tripp is married. As the business grows to be worth millions, Tripp realizes that there are many players around him who want a piece of the gold. He must decide to either fight for the gold, or find love, with his new found knowledge of the game.Written by
Just so you guys know...the version you guys are watching released in some countries isn't the real version. It's a special edition with cartoons and text etc to explain the game.
I just watched the real version of the movie in LA in a screening which is 91 minutes long. The real movie is fun to watch. It comes out i think in U.S. and Canada only in June or July.
The version you're watching now goes back and forth between Thomas explaining the story to Stephen Baldwin's character. The new cut, is a straight story. There are at least about 5 new scenes i saw that were totally new, including Matador's scene, which is in the beginning of the movie! It has different music, different songs....its like a totally different movie!
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