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Rounders 2 Talk Stirred On Twitter

For a very long time, poker fans have been obsessed with the possible sequel to Rounders. Daniel ‘Kid Poker’ Negreanu asked the same on his Twitter account. He got his answer, posted by no other than Brian Koppelman, the writer, and creator of Rounders.

“It’s never too late” – Koppelman posted.

Cryptic answer no doubt, but fans want to know more. Will it happen? If so, when it will happen? For now, there is no answer.
Fans are still curious about Mike McDermott’s whereabouts after his trip to Vegas when he ditched ‘Worm’ after clearing his debt by toppling Teddy KGB.

McDermott (supposedly) moved to Las Vegas with $30,000 in 1998. His frenemy, ‘Worm’, was always a shady character, but somehow the audience still likes him very much. So many questions about the sequel could be asked, but first, the public needs to know one thing: Will there ever be Rounders 2? That is something that we are yet to find out.

Source: https://calvinayre.com/2019/09/26/poker/negreanu-and-koppelman-stir-rounders-sequel-hope/

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