Billie Offer: You say whatever you think somebody wants to hear. It's dangerous to be around you.
Huck Cheever: It did seem the cards ran a little better for me when you were around.
Billie Offer: What happened to the 'best of it?'
Huck Cheever: Turned into a little bit of the worst of it.
Huck Cheever: The chair thing is an old gag and I did it for you because I thought you'd find it funny.
L. C. Cheever: [At the World Series, Michelle reveals her hand, a King-high flush] Very nice.
Michelle Carson: [Smiles, L.C. reveals his hand, a straight flush] But not nice enough.
Billie Offer: Is he related to you?
Huck Cheever: Why do you say that?
Billie Offer: Because your eyes went all quiet.
Huck Cheever: In poker, we call that a tell. He's my father.
Huck Cheever: I got a seat in the World Series.
Billie Offer: You came all the way here to tell me that?
Huck Cheever: You're the only person I wanted to tell.
L. C. Cheever: Well, if he's gonna take anything from me, he's gonna have to win it, all right? And that's not likely to happen.
Billie Offer: Maybe giving and receiving are more complicated than winning and losing.
L. C. Cheever: Maybe so.
L. C. Cheever: You got it backwards kid. You play cards the way you should lead your life. And you lead your life the way you should play cards.
Billie Offer: That's like an alcoholic saying I only drink Tequila
Pawnbroker: What's your name?
Huck Cheever: Huck
Pawnbroker: Well Huck, I'll give you another buck and a half for the ring, and you've got 120 days to come and see me
Billie Offer: You stole from me.
Huck Cheever: Borrowed. I had it way up.
Billie Offer: Borrowing is when you ask!
Billie Offer: Do you always intrude on private conversations?
Huck Cheever: Well, it seemed like an intrusion might be welcome.
L. C. Cheever: I hear your left pocket is empty.
Pawnbroker: You work this hard at your day job?
Huck Cheever: I'm sorry we didn't get around to the celebrating.
Billie Offer: No, don't be. I haven't had this much fun since junior high!
Billie Offer: Do you mind if I get my fortune cookie first? I like to think about it during the meal.
Billie Offer: You know what I think? I think that everyone's just trying not to be lonely.
Suzanne Offer: I had Huck's number pretty early on.
Billie Offer: What number's that?
Suzanne Offer: Hustle 10, commitment zero.
Huck Cheever: If I'd have won, you'd have a share just like before.
Billie Offer: You think that the only person that matters is you: what you need, when you need it. You're a sick pony.
Huck Cheever: [mumbles] Puppy.
L. C. Cheever: You and I both know what the book says you should do, Kid.
Huck Cheever: Is that what you do now? Just play by the book? You might as well play online.