G4 Lets the Chips Fly with '2 Months, $2 Million'

Los Angeles, CA, July 27, 2009 - This summer, all bets are off as G4 takes viewers inside the world of high stakes online poker in a new series that follows four 20-something whiz kids turned high rollers who make big money flipping cards on the web nearly 24/7. 

Brian, Emil, Jay and Dani - seasoned online poker pros and close friends - are roommates for the summer in Las Vegas with the goal of collectively earning $2 million in only two months playing online poker using their own money.   But with high stakes often comes devastating losses and, despite their expertise, they experience many ups and downs as they work towards their nearly impossibly goal.  They've turned down the world of 9-5 jobs and 401Ks for the thrill of online card rooms and "nosebleed" stakes... but will it pay off? Can they reach their goal? Will Vegas nightlife prove too distracting?  The new 10-episode half-hour series "2 Months, $2 Million" ("2M2MM") debuts Sunday, August 16 at 9:00PM ET/PT on G4.

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In the premiere episode, the guys move into a gorgeous 10,000 square foot mansion on three acres just outside the strip, which includes a converted home theater space that serves as their master control.  This "war room" features four 50" plasma monitors connected to each cast member's custom computers via an array of hi-def video converters where one or all can play simultaneously.  They also create a "Tilt Room" to serve as a designated area for blowing off steam, which is needed quite frequently when high stakes hands don't go as planned...bats and hockey sticks combined with watermelons and lettuce heads prove to be great tools for reducing stress.  And when it comes to figuring out who gets which bedroom, there is only one way these guys know how to solve problems.  They gamble for it.

While Brian, Emil, Jay and Dani seem to eat, sleep and drink poker, they also take time out to explore the Vegas scene.  Throughout the season, they hit many of the city's trendiest clubs often running up $5000 bar tabs, and spend time checking out the hottest bodies poolside at some of the most exclusive hotels in Vegas.  They even take a trip to a luxury watch store and drop serious coinage on high-end timepieces.  The guys also make time to hang out with old pals who are in town for the World Series of Poker, including dinner with Tom "Durrr" Dwan, a live cash game against Erica Schoenberg and some high stakes online action with David Benyamine.

To help push each other and keep things interesting, the guys decide to implement a penalty stunt for the player who loses the most money each week.  The stunts become more and more outrageous as the weeks roll by, including one "loser" having to wear a ballet tutu to dinner at an exclusive hotel buffet and another being forced to play the harp on Las Vegas Blvd to try to earn tips from tourists.  While the guys are definitely having fun, they are extremely focused with their eyes on the prize.   At the end of the day, it's all about bringing their "A" game every hand and doing whatever it takes to reach their $2 million goal.

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