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CLIP DESCRIPTION:
When Margaret’s (Lindsay Crouse) instinct on a poker player proves wrong, Mike (Joe Mantegna) loses the hand, but she offers up the $6,000.

FILM DESCRIPTION:
In his directorial debut, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet creates a stylish cinematic puzzle of games within games, as con men are joined by a psychologist in creating the perfect caper. Dr. Margaret Ford (Lindsay Crouse), the writer of psychological self-help books, meets Mike (Joe Mantegna) as she attempts to help a patient who owes heavy gambling debts. When she herself is the victim of a con, she becomes intrigued by the psychological drama of the con game and joins in a complicated scam involving a suitcase of cash. Mamet directs his extremely complicated plot with skill and complete control until it is impossible to tell who is the con and who is the victim. The suspense builds to an amazing surprise ending which is both reasonable and believable but completely unpredictable. Crouse and Mantegna are outstanding as are all the supporting performances. Mamet and his cinematographer Juan Ruiz-Anchia create a visually stunning, compelling film that does justice to Mamet’s superbly written screenplay

CREDITS:
TM & © MGM (1987)
Cast: Ricky Jay, Joe Mantegna, Mike Nussbaum, Lindsay Crouse
Director: David Mamet
Producer: Michael Hausman
Screenwriters: David Mamet, Jonathan Katz

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18 Replies to “House of Games (2/11) Movie CLIP – Poker Game Showdown (1987) HD”

  1. I really want to go and play where Ricky is from. Evidently, you can just win every single hand by betting more than the other guy happens to have in front of him at the moment.

  2. What a joke. Just another poker scene where they make the people look like amateurs.
    Trip A's LOL. He acted like he had the best hand in the world.

  3. This was the first film that introduced me to Ricky Jay (and writer / director David Mamet) thanks to Alex Cox's Moviedrome season on BBC2 back in the late 80's. Was a fan of his ever since, loved watching his work with both Mamet and Paul Thomas Anderson. Also his performance on Deadwood was brilliant. Yesterday the world lost Nicolas Roeg, today Ricky. RIP.

  4. He comes back from the toilet after Jay's STRING RAISE to be told he HAS TO fold if he can't call it. And I thought Mamet was supposed to be a poker player?!

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