Dicey Business

Dicey Business

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Genre Modern Drama
(Grand Production)
Starring Bobby Au-yeung
Michael Miu
Jessica Hsuan
Bosco Wong
Tavia Yeung
Benz Hui
Florence Kwok
Opening theme "先賭為快" by
Hacken Lee
Ending theme "第幾天" by
Bosco Wong
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 35
Running time 45 minutes (approx.)
Original network TVB
Original release November 20, 2006 – January 5, 2007
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Dicey Business (Traditional Chinese: 賭場風雲) is a 2006 grand production drama by Television Broadcasts Limited.


A talented card player, Chai Foon-Cheung (Bobby Au-yeung), entered a worldwide poker tournament when he was 18 years old and was regarded as a favorite. However, due to the follies of youth, Cheung was seduced by Lam Siu-Yan (Florence Kwok), who was his rival competitor, Kiu Ching-Chor’s (Michael Miu), girlfriend. Due to the distraction, Cheung also became separated from his three-year-old younger brother. In the final tournament, Cheung could not concentrate on his game and forfeited the competition. Since then, Cheung's life had turned upside down he became a gambling addict in the Philippines. Fate decided that Cheung was able to bring his life back up and become good friends with him, being united by Chow Fook-Wing (Benz Hui). Cheung works as a gardener at the Onisac casino and discovers that Chor is the casino's CEO.

One night, Li Ching-Wan (Jessica Hsuan) gambles at the casino. Chor and Cheung bets whether Wan will leave the place. Cheung loses the bet and must return to Hong Kong to start a new life. On the flight, Cheung is surprised to see Wan on the plane. Wan is being chased by loan sharks and she sells her phone to Cheung. Once they arrive, Cheung asks Wan to bring him to Mong Kok, where he lived before he left. At Mong Kok, Wan steals all of Chueng's money to pay off her debts, repaying him by letting him rent out the apartment next door, also owned by Wan. Inside the apartment, Cheung finds several bags of junk and Cheung Lor-Fu (Bosco Wong), a 23-year-old man, who is afraid of the outside world.

Through fateful events, Cheung finds out that Fu is his missing brother. Cheung, finding his brother a social outcast, encourages him to become more open. However, Fu is scared and runs away bring him to meet Chor. Chor teaches him that if he doesn't want to be stared at, stare back. Chor soon becomes Fu's idol after gaining trust and confidence from his mentor. Chor informs Cheung that Fu is staying at the casino residence and Chor returns to the Philippines. One day Cheung asks Wan to take care of Fu; but unfortunately, Wan and her friend take Fu to the casino floor, and they find out that Fu has the uncanny ability to memorize all the 52 cards and their position, just by watching the dealer shuffle.

Chor and Wan fall in love with one another. To protect Wan, Chor tells her a white lie and breaks up with her. He later realises he still loves her very much and tries to force a kiss onto her outside her place. Wan realises a cut on his hand and tries to help him. Chor tells Wan that she knows who she loves. Wan tries to deny everything, but Chor forces her to kiss him. He brings her back to Onisac's hotel and they have sex.

In the end, Cheung sets up a barbecue stall on the beach with Fu who has a son with his wife; Chor turns over a new life in prison; Wan travels the world as a freelance photographer; Wing, dead from a car accident, never has the chance to woo Yan; Yan is owner of new casino; and Wei is owner of Onisac.


Bobby Au-yeung Chai Foon-Cheung
Gardener/Card Player
Chai Foon-Lok's older brother.
Kiu Ching-Chor and Chow Fook-Wing's friend.
Li Ching-Wan's lover.
Michael Miu Kiu Ching-Chor
Onisac Casino CEO
Chai Foon-Lok and Chow Fook-Wing's friend.
Li Ching-Wan's ex-boyfriend.
Jessica Hsuan Li Ching-Wan
Tam Chu-Mei's cousin.
Kiu Ching-Chor's ex-girlfriend.
Chai Foon-Cheung's lover.
Bosco Wong Chai Foon-Lok/Cheung Lor-Fu
Chai Foon-Cheung's younger brother.
Tam Chu-Mei's lover.
Tavia Yeung Tam Chu-Mei (Mimi)
Li Ching-Wan's cousin.
Chai Foon-Lok's lover.
Benz Hui Chow Fook-Wing
Kiu Ching-Chor and Chai Foon-Cheung's friend.
Florence Kwok Lam Siu-Yan
Kiu Ching-Chor's ex-girlfriend.
Samuel Kwok (郭峰) Ko Ming
Law Lok Lam (羅樂林) Yung Hon-Cheung
Onisac Casino Owner
Yung Chi-Wai's father.
Eric Li (李天翔) Yung Chi-Wai
Yung Hon-Cheung's son.
Eileen Yeow Shek Yuen-Ying
Li Ching-Wan's friend.

Viewership ratings

Week Episode Average Points Peaking Points References
November 20–24, 2006 1 — 5
November 27 - December 1, 2006 6 — 10
December 4–8, 2006 11 — 15
December 11–15, 2006 16 — 20
December 18–22, 2006 21 — 25
December 25–29, 2006 26 — 30
January 1–5, 2007 31 — 35

a Last episode peaked at 40 points within the last 15 minutes of the episode.

Awards and nominations


Next Magazine TV Awards (2007)


International Emmy (2007)

40th TVB Anniversary Awards (2007)


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