Three mismatched suburban couples, Steve and Katie, Marty and Erin, and Scarlett and C. Thomas, have been neighbors and friends for years. During a pummeling Connecticut Nor’Easter, the members of the bored triptych engage in a friendly game of Texas Hold’em in front of a fire and over more than a few bottles of Merlot. The impromptu get-together eventually leads to the institution of alcohol-driven, bi-weekly poker nights.
One evening on a lark, someone suggests an alternate payout – instead of pocket change, the winner may choose a player (other than his or her spouse) with whom to spend the night. The proposition takes shape, but complications arise as these things will.
All too quickly, friendships are strained and relationships begin to crumble. Lies are told, truths are exposed, and feelings are hurt. In the end, can anyone bear the weight of this wanton self-indulgence? They are six fully consenting adults, and after all, it’s only a game. Or is it?
Kelly was once a sweet little princess. She’s still a virgin, but now she’s an 18-year-old spoiled brat. Her stepdad Mark loves her and even his cheating wife, but he’s getting tired of being the household ATM. When he invites a group of dangerous characters back home for a game of poker, he quickly finds himself in massive debt.
The thugs flash their guns and demand a turn with the hot schoolgirl Kelly if daddy doesn’t pay up. Luckily, Kelly is willing to wager her tight body to give Mark the chance to win back his money and her young heart. If he loses this risky game, his home will be robbed and Kelly will be taken by the gang. If he wins, his most taboo fantasies will come true, along with payback against his wife.