I recently picked up the blu-ray version of Rounders and was pleasantly surprised with the detail I could see in the chips. While watching the movie I decided to google Rounders 2 and got a couple of hits. Apparently it is a possibility for 2014... Rounders 2 Movie Delayed Until 2014 However, I'm not sure I want them to make one. The original is tough to beat. Sure the betting is ridiculous, but other than that it is still by far the best poker movie out there. Anyway, it got me thinking... what would be the right direction to go with the sequel? Thoughts? I do NOT think the movie should pick up where it left off. I would like to see it take place partially in Vegas and NY, but please don't let it involve Mike McDee winning the Main Event. We've already seen it in Lucky You and it was more miss than hit. I'm thinking... Time: About 2 months before black friday online. The movie starts with Mike McDee grinding one of the bigger games in Vegas. This table doesn't have to have any big names on it. It may be better if it doesn't. He gets a call and it is Knish's wife (they have reconciled). Knish is in the hospital and needs to speak with Mike ASAP. So he is back to NY. Before he leaves they could do something interesting with a hand. Maybe Mike talks the dealer and the table out of killing his hand due to phone call and interesting pot ensues. Knish asks Mike to take his son under his wing. His son is close to falling in with the wrong side of the poker underground because he is unsuccessful at the tables. Occasionally he is working with a mechanic partner. Knish's dying wish is for Mike to get him headed in the right direction. He thinks his son will listen to Mike because he is successful in Vegas. Mike probably makes a million a year, but he isn't a superstar (I think it works better this way). Anyway, Mike has a few reunion type moments and begins working with the kid after Knish passes. This doesn't mean Knish is out of the movie. Put in some flashback moments, to lessons Knish passed to Mike. Anyway, does this have any traction?