The Three Musketeers - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

The next morning, d'Artagnan awakens to find that Athos is already awake. He tells d'Artagnan that earlier, under the influence of all he had been drinking, he had gambled away the horse that was sent by Buckingham. He also confesses that he had also lost d'Artagnan's horse, and then d'Artagnan's ring (at which point d'Artagnan nearly begins to panic) but then he staked his servant and won back the diamond, both horses and both saddles and trappings. Unfortunately he didn't stop playing at that point, but in the end only the horses are lost, and they still have servants, ring and trappings. D'Artagnan is so relieved at the return of his ring, that he is less disturbed about the horses than he might have been – and he finally allows Athos to talk him into staking his trappings to for 100 pistoles, so they will...

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