Our Man in Havana - Part 5, Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Chapter 5 Summary

Captain Segura comes to Wormold's house late that night. At Wormold's suggestion they sit down to play a game of chess. When they sit down Segura sees that instead of the normal chess pieces Wormold has set up small whiskey bottles as the pieces. Wormold purposes that when someone takes a piece they must drink the bottle. Segura sees right away the trick of the game, the better player will have a disadvantage as he will have to drink more. Segura is not crazy about the idea but reluctantly agrees. As they play, Wormold asks about Carter. Segura says he is suspicious but they have no evidence against him and as he is a foreigner they cannot interrogate him. He says they have no surveillance on him at the Seville-Biltmore Hotel. As they continue to play the chess game, Segura is...

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