Larry’s originally from Nevada and owns the Sugar Horse, one of the less known casinos in Vegas. When the billionaire Mr. Young starts to build a new casino next to him, he wants Larry’s casino so he can level it and build an extra parking-lot. Larry’s choices are limited; Mr. Young is squeezing him tight, property values are down, one of his loans are due, and the Sugar Horse isn’t getting any new clientele . . . so it’s forcing Larry to take extreme measures. He has his head of security Tommy Boy, a brother in his twenties originally from California, looking into following Ted around. Ted is a gambling junkie originally from Pittsburg, a strange guy by all standards. But he’s got some type of system that he’s been using to milk the Sugar Horse. Larry wants his money back from Ted to help pay his bills, and he wants Tommy Boy to find out what Ted’s system is so they can use it to their benefit. So Tommy Boy hires Cherries, a Las Vegas hooker, to do the grunt work for him; but Cherries wants something in return; she wants Tommy Boy to run down V Bull, some brother who stiffed her a little while back; he agrees; but she and Ted hit it off, and she doesn’t want to give Ted up; and when V Bull finds out what she did, and confronts her, she tells him that Larry the owner of the Sugar Horse and Tommy Boy are responsible—they are trying to cut him out of his piece of the action, which is drug-trafficking. Mr. Young and V Bull partner up versus Larry and Tommy Boy, with Ted and Cherries as minor pieces, for an explosive ending! Sci-fi, suspense and humor: with excessive language, violence, and drug use.
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