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The 2006 film "Casino Royale" marks a reboot of the series and not a continuation of the previous films From Wikipedia article for Casino Royale (2006 film): Casino Royale reboots the series, establishing a new timeline and narrative framework not meant to precede or succeed any previous Bond film In the context of Bond chronology "Casino ...


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Vesper's initial mission from the organization (later found out to be Quantum) was not to steal the money, but to sabotage Bond. The Organization 'kidnapped' Vesper's boyfriend in order to blackmail her in exchange for his life, for which her mission was to ruin Bond's chances of winning. This is because Quantum want Le Chiffre to win. They were the ones ...


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Without the money to pay back his investors, Le Chiffre will be looking for a deal with someone else to keep him alive; almost certainly the intelligence services of a global power. MI5 and CIA both want to bring Le Chiffre in so they can make a protection deal (against what emerges to be SPECTRE, a deal which almost certainly would have been ineffective), ...


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In Spectre, all links are connected to previous Bond stories. Here are the links as per my understanding: Spectre: Bond and Franz Oberhauser are brothers. After the younger Bond was orphaned, Oberhauser's father, Hannes, became his temporary guardian. Believing that Bond supplanted his role as son, Oberhauser killed his father and staged his own death. He ...


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I believe it was implied to be Le-Chiffre because when Bond thwarts the bomb plot he was the one who lost heavily (totaling $101,206,000) because of bond's action since he invested on stocks against the Skyfleet. Le-Chiffre is shown to be a poker prodigy in the movie I don't think it would've taken him long enough to figure out the loose-ends which might'...


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At the request of the OP I'm adding this answer based on what my interpretation of this phrase in the movie meant. Bare in mind I do not drink and am quite unfamiliar with alcoholic beverages, but I do have friends who drink and my answer is based mainly on things I've picked up from listening to them talk about types of drinks they prefer. One of the key ...


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Le Chiffre is basically planting a red herring. So, in order to manipulate Bond, he implies that Mathis is the one that betrayed him and passed information along, rather than the real traitor. It has the added effect of cutting out another support leg from under Bond.



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