This is a discussion on Top 10 Poker Movies within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; Lucky You: Welcome to the Game (2007)
Huck Cheever is a talented poker player who tries to live an intense romance while disputing the world championship
Huck Cheever is a talented poker player who tries to live an intense romance while disputing the world championship in Las Vegas. If he reaches the final, he can play against his father, a famous player who left Huck years ago.
Croupier: Croupier - The Life in Play (1998)
Jack Manfred plans to become a great writer, but his economic situation leads him to work in a casino. Between gambling, betting and love, Jack will endanger his own existence by living the story he could not write.
House of Games: The Game of Emotions (1987)
A psychologist who has just written a book on compulsive behavior becomes fascinated by the underworld of the game after helping an indebted patient. Hire then, a swindler to teach you the tricks of poker.
The Grand (2007) - Full cast and crew
Jack Faro (Woody Harrelson) is a recovering drug addict who decides to enter one of the biggest poker contests in the world. The goal? Get the $ 10 million prize to recover the hotel-casino from his late grandfather. There, he will still meet five other competitors, with different personalities, in a game where anything can happen.
Kaleidoscope: A Romantic Player (1966)
Barney Lincoln (Warren Beatty) is a playboy poker player who manages to score all the decks of a reputable factory and starts to break play benches in Europe. Unmasked by Scotland Yard, he goes on a forced vacation in jail for help to police to catch a villain who loves poker tables.
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels: Games, Cheats and Two Smoking Pipes (1998)
Eddy convinces three friends to help him with money for a very high poker bet against local crime boss Harry Hatchet. Harry cheats and Eddy loses. Harry then gives him a one-week deadline to pay £ 500,000 or hand over his father's bar. Desperate, Eddy and his friends begin to steal and live in constant danger.
The Cincinnati Kid: The Devil's Table (1965)
A young New Orleans poker player known as the Cincinnati Kid wants to be the best of them all. He has the chance to defeat the legendary Lancey Howard, but discovers that the game was armed by an enemy of the veteran player.
The Big Hand for the Little Lady: Decisive Play (1966)
The Big Hand for the Little Lady, known in Britain as Big Deal at Dodge City is a 1966 American Western movie, produced and directed by Fielder Cook for Warner Bros. Pictures.
In the Wild West, Bret Maverick begins a thrilling race against time to raise the $ 300 needed to enter a fabulous poker tournament, trying to collect money from the people who owe him. Along the way, he crosses the beautiful Annabelle Bransford, an adventurer as seductive as it is dangerous.
Rounders: Letters on the Table (1998)
After losing the money that would pay his studies, Mike decides to move away from the tables of games and to find a job. However, when his old friend leaves the indebted prison, he agrees to play again to recover what he had lost.
NOTE: This list does not have a preference or quality order. Content adapted from a movie portal.
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January 6th, 2018, 8:39 PM
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At CC twiter or instagram I remember about a post like this one.these movies are good entertainment for poker players.I recommend you all watching them.