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And it was an amazing time. Levien: The day we finished the screenplay I remember going back to my apartment and seeing an announcement in Variety that [Al] Pacino and [David] Mamet were going to redo The Cincinnati Kid. Koppelman: It was this tiny little room. The kind of player that everyone loves to play against. When the summer ended, he asked his father Charles , who kept a wheel of clay chips in his Long Island home office, to teach him how to play cards. And I remember like reading it over and over, trying to incorporate it. We needed a way to open up what their thought process was. It was so fucking cool. Koppelman: March 3, I know when that sold. I was just trying to get out of my own head. So we actually never bought the script. Because the rest of the movie was working so well on the page. It had a slop sink in it, a real old-fashioned slop sink, a very small desk that had no room at it. Koppelman: I know when I [first] went into a poker club. Unlike most new screenwriters, Koppelman and Levien were fortunate enough to be involved in both choosing a director and casting their film.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Levien: We were trying to entertain each other and crack each other up. At the Mayfair, the girls at the desk and the servers, they all wore the panic buttons around their neck. But around that time I had signed on with a young literary manager in L. I want to write. But by the s, both were feeling professionally unfulfilled. Falco: At the time, I was 27 years old. I want to write a screenplay. After graduation, their career paths diverged. The word was that they were wired to the precinct in case someone came [to bust the club]. Seth would really appreciate it if you gave it a read for Ted Demme. And his philosophy was he was a grinder. I remember sometimes we would spend a few hours in his office in the middle of the day playing poker together, just heads up. That was a legitimate term for a top game, it was just a term used a long time ago by a select group of people. Released 20 years ago this month, the drama pushed high-stakes poker, then very much still an underground pastime, up into the mainstream. People ask about that language. Falco: There were a couple of poker scripts, and we looked at the competitive projects, but nothing was as insider as what this was. Among modern pros, it remains an uneclipsed cult classic. That that was an archaic term, and using it. Stillerman: She had amazing taste. And she was out doing what she was supposed to be doing, which is shaking the trees. My first underground poker game was inside the back room of a Russian synagogue. Gimme three big dimes. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}How two first-time screenwriters, a guy from Montana, and a pair of up-and-coming movie stars made the greatest poker movie ever. And we had this interest in poker. It was in what they called the Midtown South district, which was famous for many vices being allowed to happen. He was a guy with a very clear philosophy about poker. Because one of the things that happened in that basement is we invented a language, right? We basically put them on a short clock. Eventually, the idea of collaborating crept back into their heads. Comparatively speaking it was a very upscale place. The experience was formative. You sort of have to be approved. I had just finished a novel. It was amazing! And the notion of calling them checks, not chips. You gotta come see this place. Who are the characters? These guys are sitting there looking at each other thinking. In May, he was charged with first-degree and third-degree rape and a first-degree criminal sexual act in a second case. Koppelman: I found a dictionary of old poker terms. These people, the way they talk. I want to write something. I remember it was near Avenue X. And the two hours we would write I know we felt more alive than any other time of the workday. And we had a clause in the deal that allowed us to designate certain projects as having a sense of urgency. Typically the regulars are gonna be much more conservative. He was never a guy that was ever gonna play big. The two became best friends and while attending separate colleges, spent countless hours on the phone trading movie, book, and music recommendations. Brian was playing a hundred miles an hour. And ours found its way. Shecter: Brian was a very aggressive poker player. We have enough of this stuff. Then somebody told me about the Mayfair and brought me down there. I was smoking sometimes these Schimmel Pennicks, tiny cigars, as we were writing. Because he was playing every pot, almost, and playing to the end, throwing money around. And the story itself held up regardless of what the backdrop was. Falco: I felt it was so authentic that regardless of what I know about the truth of poker and how the game was played, it read like the writers had definitely had inside knowledge of the game. And everyone loved him. Edward Norton Worm : Now this shit is all organized. The setting is amazing. He got his name because he had a bagel delivery route. Koppelman: We knew we had the beginnings of the possibility of a career. Levien: Somehow after years of no poker screenplays in the world, there were like four that went out. I spent a lot of time telling Brian about this guy. So I gave it to Ted and his partner Joel Stillerman. To come together, Rounders needed more than just two first-time screenwriters who knew they were good enough to sit at the Hollywood poker table. Brian was not that. It helped usher in the poker boom. First of all, it was in Manhattan. His name is Seth Jaret. David Levien cowriter : I was bartending. When Brian Koppelman was an 8-year-old playing in his first five-card draw game, his sleepaway camp bunkmates cleaned him out. Shecter: I initially started playing in other parts of New York, deep in Brooklyn, in these Russian sort of mob places, including at one point, in a synagogue, if you can believe it. And that just gives you a sense of the kind of guy he was. Levien: Nights we would meet up late and go down there to play poker, and that was like the research part. Shecter: Joel Bagels was probably in his mids when I met him. It was December 15, Because bizarrely, two years later to the day we started filming Rounders. He would play poker all night and then he would leave at like six in the morning and go get in his truck and deliver bagels in different parts of the city. Professional poker players playing in an illegal setting in New York. And we were friends. Levien: We would meet in the mornings from 8 to 10 before he went to work to do the sort of writing parts. Because there was a lot of money in the room sometimes.