This may not be a reference to the iconic gambler song/movie but it is true to the title. Here's a gambler that doesn't know when to walk away. He finds himself getting deeper and deeper into debt with the wrong money lenders. One moment he'll be millions ahead (more than enough to get out) and the next he loses it all. When he is in so deep there's only one way out... He turns to the one person he can that can save him. The only thing is, the cost of saving himself will cost him everything. He's willing to make that sacrifice. There's no price that's to high to pay. The money he borrowed isn't enough to take care of everything. A bet where it's all on the line will decide... his future, his fate... Everything! What will the outcome be? This man struggles, the question becomes... Is this a choice or a disease? The movie seems to indicate both. The story itself seemed exaggerated at times and underdone at others. There was not a general flow. Some obvious errs took away from what little merit there was. If you can look past all the errs and flaws, you can follow the story but ultimately, do you want to?