Casino Royale - Chapter 7, Rouge et Noir; Chapter 8, Pink Lights and Champagne Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Rouge et Noir; Chapter 8, Pink Lights and Champagne Summary

Bond has a massage in his room followed by a nap. He wakes in the evening rested and heads to the casino. He tries to regain his focus on gambling. Bond is an experienced gambler. He enjoys gambling because he feels in control, wins and mistakes are his own fault. Bond considers that he has never been hurt by gambling or women, but he knows that one day he will be.

Bond goes to the private room. He changes fifty million francs into chips. He sits at the roulette table. He bets heavily and wins. He goes up one million francs. As he begins to do well, others follow his bets. One is an obvious American who Bond suspects is the CIA agent sent to work with him. As Bond rises...

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