Setting: Someone's home/Private casino room/Don't care/Other?
Partners: Defenitely no/I'd rather not/I don't care/I'd rather would/Defenitely yes?
Game: Don't care/Texas Holdem/Drawpoker/Blackjack/Liardice/Other? (more than one option allowed)
Dealer: One devoted player/Take turns/Cross table (if possible)/One of one partnership (if possible)/Don't care?
Setting: I've no particular preference on this myself.
Partners: Sounds pretty interesting.
Game: I like Lair's Dice, dead simple, but a game where you can put dares in pretty easily and play via online die roller. The way Lair's dice works is that each player starts with six dice, rolls them, and then the first player guesses the number of dice that show a particular number for the entire table, with 1s being wild. The next player can either shift the bet to a different face of the dice, increase the number of dice, or call the previous player a lair. If the player is called a lair, all of the dice are revealed, and if the number of dice showing the face the player bet on is less than he claimed, the player loses a number of dice equal to the difference. If the number of dice is more than the bet, the player who called him on it loses dice equal to the difference. If the number of dice shown is equal to the wager of the player, everyone at the table except the "lair" loses 1 die.
Presumably, each player could have 6 articles of clothing, corresponding to their 6 dice, and could avoid losing a die by performing a dare. A player could also acquire additional dice from the dealer by performing dares for that person, who would mostly be a casino guy there to ensure no funny business is going on.
Dealer: I think rotating dealer would be a good idea, particularly in Lair's dice, where the dealer doesn't get to play. (since he knows everyone's dice.)