The Ballad of a Small Player - Chapter 13 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Osborne
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As Lord Doyle returned to the Lisboa in Chapter 13, a member of the staff stopped him and asked him to pay his bill before midnight that night. He began his rich facade again, saying he’d just run up to his room and get the money. When the staff pressed him to pay immediately, he lied and said he didn’t have his wallet on him. As they continued to see through his excuses, he finally just walked to the elevator and headed to his room. He went into his room and took a bath, but the number from Dao-Ming did not wash off. After he was clean and refreshed, he snuck out of his hotel and headed for the casino Neptune.

In Chapter 14, Lord Doyle admitted he hated betting on weekends and Thursdays because of foreigners and tourists. On that night, however...

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