The clip a-serious-gambler from Casino (1995) with Joe Pesci, Robert De Niro. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
They worked out a real cute job title too...
Tangiers Public Relations Director.
But the only thing he ever directed was the casino.
He made his first bet when he was 15 years old, and he always made money.
But he didn't bet like you or me.
You know, havin' some fun with it, shit like that.
Where the hell did you learn how to deal?
He bet like a fuckin' brain surgeon.
Place the checks properly.
That's the way you do it.
He had to know everything, this guy.
He'd find out the kind of inside stuff nobody else knew...
and that's what he'd put his money on.
Even back home, years ago...
when we were first hangin' out...
he'd know if the quarterback was on coke...
I'll take Columbia for 20.
if his girlfriend was knocked up.
Twenty dimes on Columbia.
He'd get the wind velocity so he could judge the field goals.
He even figured out the different bounce...
you got off the different kinds of wood they used...
on college basketball courts, you know?
He'd be workin' on this shit day and night.
There was nothing about a game he was gonna bet that he didn't know.
Ace got down at six. Get me down at six.
Season after season...
the prick was the only guaranteed winner I ever knew.
But he was so serious about it all...
that I don't think he ever enjoyed himself.
But that's just the way he was.