There are high rollers, and then others
I’ve been to the Monaco main casino, a rather interesting piece of architecture, and of all things in the bathrooms, gold taps.
And it was fascinating to watch the patrons, people who had single articles of clothing or jewellery that was worth more than my house, if fact probably more than I would earn in twenty years of my working life.
Let alone the value of the chips they had in front of them on the tables.
There was a sort of elegance and unreal atmosphere about it all like I was in a place where I shouldn’t; the proverbial ‘on the outside looking in’.
Not for David.
He belongs here, among these people, where he could, if he wanted to, pull a wad of money out of a coat pocket and make a splash.
But that’s not why he’s here. He’s filling in time until the date and time of the message, tomorrow.
Only there’s no one there that he recognises, just a particular high roller who stands out from the others, and a girl at the bar, looking like she needed to be rescued.
Perhaps the night will not be a dead loss.
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