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   Chapter 148 A Game- Who Won And Who Lost (Part One)

Love Crisis By Yue Xia Xiao Hun Characters: 6260

Updated: 2019-01-29 00:40


Brian grinned wickedly as he enjoyed watching Molly trying to put a restraint on her anger. He said in a brash tone,"To never let you be free. That is what I want."

Molly was desperate and defeated by his extremely cruel and scornful words. Her eyes were filled with tears again, which she stubbornly tried to hold back. She bit her quivering lips and glared at Brian wishing she could just kill him and get it over with.

Steven's heart hurt as he watched his daughter suffer under Brian's tyranny. He felt guilty, and there was a deep sense of helplessness in him, as if he was trying to say that whatever had happened was unavoidable and it had happened against his will.

The VIP room was in a deadly silence; nobody dared to speak a word, and their breathing went quiet too. Everybody looked at Brian and Molly and wondered what was going on between them, but they had no way to find it out.

Shirley was anxious to help Molly, but she knew that even if she did step in and help her now, she was not always going to be able to help them, because love is the most complex emotion in the world. It was the same when she had knelt down to Richie and got to know who Wing was. She could have never imagined at the time that she would marry him one day and would end up loving him so much.

"Brian..." Shirley sighed, looking at him. It was as if she was looking at a young Richie. Brian was even more hardhearted and more possessive than Richie was at that time.

"Shirley, the casino has its own rules," Brian said gently to Shirley. Even though he was the boss, that did not mean that he could destroy the rules which every casino in the world followed.

Shirley turned towards Molly. She pulled Molly towards her and moved a few steps away from the table. She said,"Let's just wait until they finish the game."

Molly's eyes glistened with tears, together

l. The split cards received one extra card each, one of which was another A, while the other was a 9.

Steven looked at the cards and thought for a while before he said,"Split the Aces again."

Shane continued to split cards for Steven. Brian sat at the viewing stand, watching the game unfold. His handsome face was like a fine sculpture with no expression. His eyes were as black as ink and as quiet as the windless sea.

The cards dealt under the split Aces were a 5 and a 3.

Steven frowned and thought for a while, and then said,"Hit!"

The croupier continued to deal him cards- a 10 and a Queen.

If A was valued at 11, the sum would exceed 21 and Steven would lose. So the Ace could only make 1, which was unlucky. With the sum of the first split being 16 and that of the second split being 14, if he continued to 'hit', the total was very likely to exceed 21. But if he did not 'hit', the dealer was very likely to beat him and win the game.

Steven silently looked at the three pairs of cards in front of him. Meanwhile, at the viewing stand, Molly's palms were beginning to sweat. Although she couldn't decide whether Steven should 'hit' or not in such a case, she knew clearly that he was in a dire situation at the moment.

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