New York Film Locations

Rounders (1998)

Set against New York's professional poker scene, by day Mike McDermott (Matt Damon) is an ambitious law school student. By night he's a "rounder" - a professional gambler with a natural feel for the cards. But after losing $30,000 to Russian shark Teddy KGB (John Malkovich), suddenly the stakes are raised. Mike's pal and ex-con Worm (Edward Norton), is a selfish, self-destructive gambler with a $15,000 debt of his own, a debt that he is quite happy to pass on to Mike. Together they hatch a plan to win the money back, but Worm's inability to play by the rules means they're on a losing streak from the start.

McSorley's Old Ale House, 15 East 7th Street and 3rd Avenue, Manhattan.

Billy's Topless Bar, 6th Avenue and West 24th Street, Manhattan.
  Billy's Topless was a topless bar on Sixth Avenue and 24th Street in the Chelsea area of New York City and operated from 1970 to 2001. It was for many years considered a neighbourhood landmark.  

Henry Street and Catherine Street, Manhattan.

John Street and Pearl Place, Brooklyn.

Pete's Tavern, 129 East 18th Street and Irving Place, Manhattan.


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