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Jay Chou is a soft hearted, mellow young man that is often fooled and used by women who only want his money. One night, he saved a young and sexy Kung Fu master, Ying Ying and she helped Jay recoup many of his bad debts and kicked his lousy girlfriends away. Surprisingly, Ying Ying is a maestro in gambling - mahjong, football betting and horse racing. However, Ying Ying suffered from amnesia, and could not remember who she was. Nevertheless, Jay plucked up courage to ask her to marry him and she agreed. On the night before their wedding, Ying Ying disappeared! Later, Jay finally found her and she is contending in the Asian God of Gamblers Competition and also had a fiancé named Henry. What was Jay to do?

  1. Wong Jing

    Director

  2. Two Fat Men

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Nick Cheung

    Nick Cheung

    Jay Chou

  2. Natalie Meng Yao

    Ying-ying / Na-na

  3. Cheung Tat-Ming

    Cheung Tat-Ming

    Eason Chan

  4. Danny Chan Kwok-Kwan

    Danny Chan Kwok-Kwan

    Manu

  5. Ben Cheung Ka-Lun

    Leo Ku

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My Wife Is a Gambling Maestro

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Original Title Ngor lo paw hai dou sing

Status Released

Release Information

  • May 1, 2008
    II
    Theatrical

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Original Language Cantonese

Runtime 1h 38m

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