Goldfinger - All to Play For Summary & Analysis

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All to Play For Summary

Goldfinger enters the shop and greets Blacking. He has seen a car outside and wonders if there is someone looking for a game. Blacking responds that the car belongs to an old member who has come to have a club made. Goldfinger asks who it is, and Blacking tells him. Goldfinger mentions that he has met Bond, and asks Blacking about his game. Blacking replies that he was once good as a boy, but that he has not seen him play since then. Bond overhears the conversation from the workshop, and pretends to be busy as Goldfinger walks in.

Bond acts surprised by Goldfinger, and pretends to have some difficulty remembering his name, trying to show slight dislike for him. Goldfinger asks if Jill Masterton had given him his message that he played at St. Mark's and...

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