Drama No Risk No Gain Information

No Risk No Gain
  • Drama Title: No Risk No Gain
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Drama
  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Published Date: 1990
  • Total Episodes: 1
  • Summary: 

    As an advisor to a renowned U.S. casino and a prominent gambler, Ray (Alan Tam) has encountered many adventurous challenges in his career. When the Taiwanese gambler, Cheung challenges Ray to a gambling contest with him in Macau, Ray's adventures begins again. In Hong Kong, Ray's cousin introduces him to two friends (Andy Lau & Nat Chan), who end up cheating him and making off with all his money and belongings. The two swindlers then assume Ray's identity and travel to Macau to participate in the card competition on his behalf. (hkcinemagic.com) Not the best of the gambling genre, but hey... the "Wong Jing style" is there (I'm not sure there was anything resembling to a script though).

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