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TémanyitásTárgy: p-p-p-poker face, baby Csüt. Ápr. 13, 2017 12:00 am


Only four days passed since Nyhil Alistair Vrataski returned from his so-called vacations on the beautiful Jeju Island, but he could tell that he was already tired as a motherfucker. The last three days he spent in his club were nothing but a bother to his nerves as he noticed early that he didn't have that much patience for the dumbass club visitors as he had earlier; maybe the loss of his beloved almost-fiancée had that influence on him, but he preferred to be alone rather than be with people, who annoyed the bloody hell out of him. The night before he had to be taken out of the club in fear of him breaking the nose of that little rat who thought he could sell drugs in the Les fleurs du mal, breaking all the existing rules the owner - Nyhil Alistair Vrataski himself - set up; it ended up with a major affair and throwing the teenage guy out to the streets, but the thought of the failure weighed hard on our man's heart. Two months ago there was no chance of something like that happening; back then they feared his name and his presence but now he was just a memory of his old self, a sad ghost wandering between the walls of a place that reminded him of the bloody murded that happened there. He planned on selling the place; it had a pretty good name and an even better location so he could sell it without any problems... But that required organising some kind of a social event where he could gather all the rich fuckers around one table and throw the proposition between them, then just watch as they'd fight over it. It was something that could clearly make his mood better; maybe that was the reason that he decided to organise a poker evening at his place, the fancy flat he planned to live in with...
...no, Nyhil, forget that. She's dead, no way to bring her back so why'd you torture yourself with that?
He left out a deep sigh, looking at his reflection in the mirror; everything seemed distant for him as he just saw the place for the first time in his life. Maybe he could sell that too? And find something... new. Something that wouldn't be filled with so many memories.
Fortunately someone knocked on his door before he got dragged away by those thoughts; he fixed his shirt one last time before opening the door and showing a slight, meaningless smile to his newly arrived guests.
- You arrived earlier than I thought, Richard. Who's your pretty friend? - He looked at the elegantly dressed girl on his so-called friend's side, rather interested than earlier; that was the first time that man brought someone with him and that was something he ouldn't just leave without a word. A new fiancée? Maybe a cousin? Who knew?
Not him yet, but that was just a matter of time that he could gather the knowledge he needed; it could be useful later so he couldn't miss the opportunity; because as the saying goes, in business and love there are no rules, and today he was up for that first one and he was really serious about it. The club had to be selled today; but first let's just go with a drink and a poker party, and the typical small talk before everyone else would arrive.
He made a step away from the door so his guest could get in;
without a single word he just turned his back on them and went to the bar, assuming that the man called Richard still remembered the way in; he was never the most social type so he wouldn't start a more serious conversation without a drink,
which he also planned to offer to his guest. They just had to get inside.
God, why are they so slow?


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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Csüt. Ápr. 13, 2017 4:58 pm

Ever since I was a kid, my mom would always tell me, that all the songs about troublemakers were written about me. And to be honest, I believed her every damn time. The times she had to pick me up from the principals office is basically ridiculous. I actually lost count after the fifteenth. Nothing really changed ever since that. I might me older but not any wiser. It's just a different person picking me up from the police station whenever I need help.
Not that I'm a criminal, I think it's just my extremely bad taste in men. If they're not screwing behind my back, they're either too boring or assholes with not much of a talent in bed. Everyone in their right mind would admit that as a waitress getting to know normal people is a tad bit difficult. Mainly because when these so called normal people are happily roaming around the city I'm sleeping, and when I get up I basically leave for work right away, to spend my nights with the jerks who I work for and with. Except Teddie. He's a nice lad. I like Teddie. But again, he's a totally different category and I don't go out with nice guys.
I go out with men like Richard. If anyone would ask how we met, I genuinely wouldn't be able to answer. I'm not even sure he's real. I mean, he's not short on money, quite good looking and pretty good in bed. All those nice things.  He's like a dream. What more can a girl ask for?
I have no idea where he got his money and I'm smart enough not to ask. I mean, I'm too young to die. That's exactly why I don't have a drivers licence. He could be an architect, broker or lawyer, I wouldn't care. Not because I'm not interested in him or what he does. The exact opposite. He's such a down to earth guy, giving zero fucks about the fact that I'm just a waitress at a small restaurant with no special talent - except maybe my big mouth -, or degree. The reason I'm scared to get more attached is that I'm afraid he would disappear while I'm sleeping.
All I really care about is the time we spend together. When he asked me out for today I was pretty excited. He said poker, and I said fun. I warned him in advance that I'm not much of a gambler, so if by the end of the night he wouldn't have as much money as he had before the party, and it's mainly because he wanted me to play, then he shouldn't be asking for the payback in cash.
I wasn't really paying attention throughout the car ride we took from Richard's place here, but what puts me out of the ruts is Richard's missing hand from my waist which he's been holding since we stepped out of his car. He just shook the hand of the man opening the door in front of us.
I find myself staring at - judging by the smile on Richard's face - our host himself in all his glory, pointing out the fact that I'm pretty in my new dress that I got from Richard. - We didn't want to miss the party, right love? Oh, by the way, this is Amber. - Says my man, with a smile still on his face. Now isn't it the greatest time to feel like a hooker?
- Hi - I force a small smile on my face, hoping I'm not gonna stay in the center of both of their attention. I mean, I can deal with Richard, but both of these guys staring at me is way too much even for me. God, I hope there's enough to drink. Taking control, I grab Rich's hand to escort him into the apartment, just after our host. - It's a really nice place.



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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Szomb. Ápr. 15, 2017 12:42 pm


- Nice to meet you, Amber. - A slight, little smile appeared on his face, as he lookad at her one last time; he wasn't the type to shake hands with a woman - his father thought him that the ladies were much more worth than a handshake, but as she was Richard's... girlfriend(?), he preferred not to break some unwritten rules they had. Even if he knew that the older man wouldn't do anything to him, he still didn't want to put him in an uncomfortable situation... Or rather both of them, so he just left quickly, leaving those two in the hall to hang their coats.
He welcomed them again at the bar, looking rather uninterested in everything happening; he wasn't the actually talkative type to keep up with the small talk until waiting for the rest of the guests to arrive, so he just stood there, looking at the dozens of bottles put on the shelves... A detail his almost-fiancée wanted to erase for a life but couldn't do that. What an irony!
- So, er... - Amber saved the situation; he was really grateful that she interrupted him and a wide smile brightened up Nyhil's face when the girl complimented his house. He was also very proud of it; the interior design was only his work, almost from the nothing, but he wouldn't actually say that out loud. So he just acted like nothing happened; so he just dropped the planned monologue and kept up with the new one, trying not to be too observative. It was a planned-to-be-fun night, not a criminalists' gathering.
- Thanks... Sadly it also has to be sold, just as my club. - The little smile disappeared from his face, but his good mood only just appeared; he finally threw in the bait for Richard, now he just had to wait; until then he could as well just entertain them by serving some drinks and maybe offering a smaller poker party, just for fun. - So... What'd you like to drink? I can offer almost... anything, I even have a wine here somewhere, if you'd like to.
He had to admit that he wasn't at his best right now; his social skills were at their lowest, but he hoped that he'll fix them up a little bit before the rest arriving; he had to sell the two objects,
the club and the apartment and for that he had to be really convincing, so... Yeah. He had to admit that appeared to be a long ass ride, a hard and tiring one.


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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Szer. Ápr. 19, 2017 11:13 pm

I don't usually do this. Go out with a man, who takes me gambling. Well, actually I don't usually gamble at all, I just go out with people. And the reason for it is simply because I'm not in the mood - like ever - to lose what I've got - mainly because I don't actually have too much. A run-down apartment and a middleware job, which I'm really proud of. And then there's Richard, a well off man, with some time and money to kill, just to keep his business going, gambling his fortune away, while having the time of his life, with a beautiful woman on his side and a handsome young friend to keep the drinks coming. Every little kid dreams of a life like that, aren't they?
- Nice to meet you too. - Smiling back at him, I starting to feel a bit more comfortable in this whole situation.  If it was for my lovely partner Richard, it would be just a tad bit different. They'd probably be talking about business while I get busy staring at the ceiling or something else in this beautifully decorated apartment. I kinda wish I had a place like this. But as they say: if you work for it, you'll be able to afford it. One day. Maybe when I'm around ninety years old or something. If I live to be ninety years old - can't stress the huge IF enough here.
I'm quite good with people. I'm the one telling my colleagues to cut the crap and stop fighting like high school drama queens, when they've still got actual work to do. I'm usually the one talking a hole into everybody's head when throwing a party, and also I'm the one giving motivational speeches all over the place to anybody in need, when I literally have days when I don't even want to leave my bed.  That's why it's not a big deal for me to actually start a conversation.
- Oh, so you own a club? - Not really caring about Richard's sudden interest in the whole conversation, I ask my question. I admit, that we came to have fun together, but if they just start to talk about business, while I'm the unlucky third person here, that's no fun for me. So I'm sleekly trying to dilate the conversation as much as I possibly can. We've only spent like what, five seconds inside and business has already been mentioned. I guess I'm gonna have to keep up the good work and talk about the furniture or something as interesting as that. - Well, I'm telling you, whoever buys this place is incredibly lucky.
- I don't know about you two, but I'd love to have something stronger. -  With a helpless look on my face, I'm turning from one man to the other. But since I'm not the one here, who has to entertain guests, I shut my mouth and wait for their answers, no matter how much I wanna add, that drinking alone is not fun at all, so they should drink with me. With some alcohol, Richard is actually a better businessman - at least when I'm talking business with him, he doesn't drive such a hard bargain after having a few drinks. And then there's a point, when he's out of control. He could actually have been a part of the Hangover movies.



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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Szomb. Május 27, 2017 8:32 pm


That wasn't completely like that, that he wanted to make that party. He wanted some small talk to distract his mind from all the shit that happened to him and that counted as one; even if he preferred just getting drunk like a motherfucker, alone or with some pretty companion, he didn't care a lot about that. But now, when he ended up with his old friend-like affiliate, Richard, and his pretty companion, he started to think that maybe it wasn't the worst choice to hold that night. Yet he just wanted the poker party to happen - he had to admit that he wasn't the best in that game, he preferred something more risky, like the russian roulette, which was also somehow a part of his whole personality, as he grew up in Russia.
- Well... - He'd like to say that not anymore, but he'd lie then; so Nyhil Vrataski just ends up nodding something, that sound like "unfortunately yeah", but then keeps up with the conversation, as no one has to know what happened in the club since the blood-stained piece of floor got changed since then. He knew that we couldn't mention that a girl died there from a shot in the head; it wasn't the best promotional quote from someone who wanted to sell a property. - The Aku no Hana in the eastern part of the city, maybe you heard of it... Until I don't sell it, consider yourself invited for a free drink there.
He shows a pretty bright smile at her, but the doorbell succesfully cuts in before he could say anything more; with a quick apologize he leaves the bar to open the door and invite in the rest of guests, some businessmans and a few ladies, their partners; the usual squad who can take care of itself, so he can return to Amber - he's not sure if Richard would still be there, but who cares anyway?
- Sorry, I had to invite the rest of them in. - With a little smile he gets back at the bar, leaving the rest of the group to start playing poker by themselves; most of them knew what happened to him so they didn't force Nyhil to talk to then for what he was really grateful - hi still didn't feel at his best so keeping up a group conversation left him with a slight "meh" feeling. - So... What'd you like? I have some great scotch hidden somewhere from those vultures, if they didn't find it yet.


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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Szomb. Jún. 03, 2017 12:47 am

People tend to be shy when they're around other people they don't really know. Oh, but not me. I quite enjoy getting to know new and interesting people, talking to strangers with incredibly fascinating pasts that they can tell me all about - and I'll end up wondering about what the heck they did or offer to Lucifer himself for having such an adventurous life.
Getting to know Richard a bit better was kind of the same thing. He has stories from when I didn't even exist and they're all things that are up on my pretty little and basic bucket list. I'm not saying he's ancient though, but to be honest, everybody knows he's older than me. And thankfully in our case it doesn't mean he's old and boring - the exact opposite. Just like this poker party he dragged me to - okay, I agreed to come, I might be slightly overexaggerating.
First Richard, and now his friend or business associate or whatever. You just need to be in the right spot and you get to meet a lot of interesting people. They can be scary, they can be inspiring, they can be pretty much anything. - Oh, thank you. - I don't even have to force myself to smile anymore, I'm actually enjoying this conversation, more than I imagined, when stepping through that front door.
When duty calls for our handsome host, I shine a smile for Richard, who seems to be thinking - probably about business -, so I don't really bother him with the fact that this apartment is just as - if not even more - beautiful as his penthouse.  
- I guess they'll keep coming, when they discover your liquor supply - I end with a little laugh, hoping my crappy British humor is actually not that British, considering I find myself pretty funny - maybe only because of the fact that I think my whole life is a joke. - Upfh, it's like you can read my mind. I'm in. - I say with a smile on my face.
- Do you usually play poker with these guys? - I ask out of pure curiosity. Simply because I think I would actually be so nice and generous when sharing my home with other people. Especially when it's a party like this, with basically endless supplies of alcohol. Things can only go wrong - assuming purely from the fact that when I'm in the kitchen, it usually ends with a fire. So me as a host of a party such like this.. my neighbors would end up calling MI5.



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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Vas. Júl. 02, 2017 4:57 pm


When the rest of the guests rushed he Nyhil Alistair Vrataski suddenly realised that there were way more of them as he thought there will be at the beginning. He even felt overwhelmed for a while until he remembered that sometimes there were even more of them and his house looked like a second club of his, or even worse. Yet he didn't want to chit-chat with them so as soon as he closed the door after them he went back to his associate's, Richard's friend, Amber, as he offered her a drink earlier and he was the one to always keep his word even if it was something like a glass of scotch.
- I hope they won't, I didn't spend a hell load of money to let these vultures drink it. - He shrugged, as he poured the drinks for them and offered one glass to the blond haired girl. He didn't want to talk about business but it looked like he couldn't let his mind go off it. Fortunately Amber came with help, asking him a simple, easy question.
- No, no, I'm not a big gambler, to be honest, more like an entertainer giving small hints of potential business. - He took a sip of the expensive drink, then with a slight smile he turned away from the girl, looking through the big window, down on the view of London. - I was never up for that shit to be honest, but I'm in the need of their money and I'll just get in the last round and bet the bar and this apartment; I gotta get rid of it as I have real.... bad memories with those places.
He wasn't sure why did he tell those things to that girl but he felt a little bit better as he said them; yet he thought still that maybe he just shouldn't have done that, letting other know his eaknesses could be really harmful in that businness, though.
- But what about you? You don't look like someone who's into fancy poker nights, do you?


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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Hétf. Júl. 10, 2017 12:42 am

It's so easy to fall in love with the fast life these men - Richard and Nyhil - have. They are young, rich and handsome with parties every other night and just a whole lot of fun. Not that I don't know what it's like to party, but Richard literally took it to another level. Now it's not just cheap whiskey on my couch with my best friend after work, when both of us are so tired we could sleep standing. Nowadays it's more like nice dresses, expensive bars and only the best of the best. Businessmen, lawyers, brokers and heirs of different types of companies. To be completely honest, I enjoy it. I'm totally digging that I don't have to constantly worry about how I'm gonna make it through another month with a work that doesn't pay too much unless you're pleasing the boss or one of the chefs behind the scenes at the restaurant. Now I'm actually looking forward to the end of my shifts, knowing that Richard has something for me - even if it's just his company and total attention all night long. Unless it's work, then I could literally jump out of the window, he wouldn't even notice. But I get it, I really do. That's what he did literally all his life to be where he is now, how could he stop doing what he loves? And why would I stop him?
Tonight is sort of a mix, since we came here to have fun - or Richard came and I just didn't have anything else to do -, but ever since Nyhil mentioned selling his club and apartment, my lovey dovey boyfriend must have been thinking through all the decisions he ever made in his life and is currently thinking of a way he could buy both things mentioned above and still make money on it.
- I bet you could make them pay back for it. - I look up into his eyes, with a slight smile on my face. Other people might not have said, what I just said, about a man, that I basically know nothing of, and whom I met just about half an hour ago. But within that half an hour he managed to sprinkle just enough information about the fact that he's selling his properties that my main man Richard is trying to figure out how much money he exactly has ever since.
- You're doing it so damn good, you could write a book about it. - I can't help, but laugh, before sipping some of my drink, immediately feeling the familiar burn down my throat. - But it's obviously a tactic, so why would you give it away? - I shrug my soulders as once again, I look at his face.
- Look at them. Hungry sharks, swimmin' in the ocean of their own business, always trying to make more and more money. They don't even care about others' feelings. They wouldn't ask why are you selling everything. - Not that I know too much about any kind of business myself. But I've lived my life on the borderline of these people's world and I do have a firm opinion on them and what they're willing to do for such things as some property.
- You know... I never would've thought I'd be here tonight, but Richard and his, well, way of entertainment is no less then your poker night. - I can't help but laugh again. I think the both of us know Richard and his ways of entertainment and business. Probably because he was so honest with me before, I continue: - I'm a waitress, no need to polish the truth. But I got bored of waiting for something or more like someone big, who'll change my life and one night I got lucky with Richard just walking into the restaurant I happen to work at.



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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Csüt. Aug. 03, 2017 3:49 pm


- So I guess we both just had luck, huh? - After carefully listening to her words, he had to admit that their situations - his and Amber's - wasn't really different; after all they both just got lucky at a certain point of their lives, and that's what got them right up to that point. Maybe they ended up a little different, but when he better thought about it, he could've also ended up on the streets, while she could end up as the wife of some major political figure and live in an apartment like that. Well, what made them so different in the end?
- Maybe it'll sound weird to you, but actually we're not so different. Us being here is only a matter of a lucky moment we had in our lives, and... Well, in my case let's just say I got lucky way earlier, but... yeah, that was pure luck, otherwise I'd probably live in some dark suburbs in Seoul, probably stealing stuff. - He shrugged, taking another sip of his drink. - But why am I even telling you this? Guess you're slowly getting bored with my talking, aren't you?
He let out a little laugh, before reaching for the whisky again; his guests semmed to have fun even without him, but it was only a moment of silence before the storm - the last round was still up to be played and Nyhil knew that it was his chance, but... he was still a little bit sentimental abput those places. Even with a new episode coming up in his life he didn't really want to let go of those memories, even if he knew, he won't let them manipulate his behaviour even after moving in with June. That was a work he had to do - and thinking about his dead fiancee probably wasn't the best idea while...
He got so dragged off by his thoughts that he almost dropped the whisky bottle; fortunately he managed to avoid the catastrophe, before he turned the evening awkward and with a small, slight smile he turned back to Amber, proposing her another drink.
- Anyway, you know, Richard is one of those people I always looked up some way. Not actually my type of a business partner, but he showed a lot of respect towards my father, so I guess we just kept it that way. - He wasn't exactly sure, what he had in mind, but he didn't actually lie about his respect towards the other man, even though they never worked out well together, but... had Amber have to know about it? - Dunno, how much he told you about his business stuff, but I bet that bottle of whisky that he'll leave tonight not only with my properties, but also a few more. He has a horribly good business sense, that's sort of terrifying. Not a great gambler himself, but rather a trickster, if I'll be right about him tonight, I'm actually spoiling you that whisky, if you're up for a little gambling.
Well, that wan't the actual gambling he should've done, but he was always up for some fun, even if he didn't look like that. Also he was pretty interested in the type of Amber and Richard's relation, as he needed a stronger grip on the other man for a little bit of self-confidence in further deals with him; as he just wouldn't commit that sometimes he was even freaked out by the fact that Richard was an actual shark in the business, who would always take the biggest bite of everything he could just get his hands on.
How fucked up was that actually?


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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Szomb. Aug. 12, 2017 12:30 am

If a year ago someone told me I was gonna be here, I would've literally laughted my ass off in front of them. But to be honest, there comes a time in every God damn person's life when they look back and think the same thing. Yeah, I didn't think I'm going to be attending this party with Richard. I didn't think I'm going to meet a man like him. And as far as I know, I didn't think that as we're speaking, I would have not seen my best friend for almost a frickin' month. I've learnt to man up - more specifically woman up - and deal with it. At this point I could either be at home moping around over the fact that Teddie probably bumped his head and almost certainly forgot who he is, what he does for a living and who am I, and he's living under a bridge or something. Or I could be right here, drinking a freakishly expensive whisky and be talking to someone, who can change the world in five years, invent something amazing or simply control a whole country. Or something like that. It isn't too much of a hard choice.
- To be honest, never thought of it that way... - I think up until this point getting lucky meant getting layed for me. And as much as it says a lot about me, I, if not too proudly, but admit I haven't really thought about the fact that meeting Richard was out of pure luck. Ain't nobody got time for that. Maybe now that I actually do take some days off work just to be with my main man, I do have time for that, but I'm not one to tell anybody anything smart and life-changing. I myself usually make the same mistakes about ten to twelve times before I learn from them.
- But I guess it makes sense. I mean isn't our existence is a matter of lucky moments combined? - There you go, there's the really smart stuff that belongs in a self-help book. I can't keep a straight face while talking about things like this, as much as I enjoy the conversation itself. It's definitely better than sitting with all the other people and laughing at their bad jokes.
- Because my looks lead you into the illusion that I'm a good person to talk to. - I say with a big smile on my face nonetheless we both know I'm just kidding. I tend to do that. At this point no one even knows that though. - I'm actually a witch. But maybe if I could choose I would actually be a mermaid. - I continue while lightly shrugging my shoulders.
- I mean.. Not that I can say that I understand a single thing he does when he's like... you know, doing his business stuff. But he's good. - I say with a light smile on my face. Just like he respects Richard I do as well. Not only did he work hard for his fortune but he still does every damn day. Maybe he has some offshore businesses maybe he doesn't, but he sure knows how to deal with such power he's got in the world of business and money. - If he wanted to sell me a frickin apple I would literally sell my soul, just to buy it from him. He knows what he's doing. - It honestly makes me ten times prouder to be talking about this, knowing someone agrees.
I'm sloshing the whisky in my glass a bit, with a smile that a wolf would have if they could smile. I can't say I didn't expect the night to go by with me not gambling, but I planned on not being as sober so when tomorrow Richard learns about the damage I've done I can say that I don't remember doing it and we could just leave it at that.
- I could team up with Richard.



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TémanyitásTárgy: Re: p-p-p-poker face, baby Szer. Aug. 30, 2017 3:34 pm


- Well, everybody has theiw unique way of looking at certain things; I tend to think all I have is just out of pure luck - if it wasn't for my parents, I'd be probably rotting in a korean prison by now. - With a little smile he lets go of that topic tho, as he understands that it may be a hard conversation, and also a dangerous one. Not that he'd fear getting into jail - he knew the proper person or two who could get him outta trouble but it wasn't a big secret that everybody gathered here had something in common with the life of crime - Richard, for example, was a master of getting dirty money clean -, and it was rather them he wanted not to get caught. Doing that would in result cut all his business ties and that would make him useless in his father's eyes - and there wasn't anything worse in the whole world, than an annoyed Aleksandr Vrataski.
- Why, are you not? - Maybe she was right; maybe she looked reliable enough for him to talk about personal stuff, yet he didn't want to do that anymore - he could tell that Amber had enough of her own problems to listen also to his shit, so he just decided to pass it on; he could handle himself. Also, the first few poker parties slowly started to turn into serious fights over cards, what meant that slowly he should intervene and put his club in as the grand prize - of course in exchange for a bigger amount of money as he had to pay somehow for the new penthouse he was planning to buy for himself and his soon-to-be-guest, June, an old childhood friend.- But a mermaid? Actually, why? You'd smell like fish... or like half a fish. That's pretty weird.
He lets out a small laugh; the old king of shitty jokes returned. Maybe that poker night wasn't a bad idea after all?
- Rihard's a lucky guy to have you, you know? - Yet he leaves that without any further comment as he grabs the bottle of whisky he earlier offered the girl; he signalizes only with a gesture that it'd be time for them to sit down next to that poker table and set up a good party - at least Richard had someone with him who could figure as his mascot; he envied him a little bit, but what could he do about that? Not much.
He decided to take a long sip of whisky right outta the bottle; not a really... appropriate gesture, after all. But who wouldn't bat on eye for him, the great Nyhil Vrataski?
He almost choked on the laughter he swallowed, before bursting it out.
He cleared his throat.
- Would you mind if I join? - With a slight smile he turned to all the gathered people there, giving a long look especially to Richard; yeah, he was the one he could imagine as the next owner of the Aku no Hana; now he only had to beat him, and as long as the other man didn't learn every poker trick from the last time they played it shouldn't be that hard.
After all Nyhil Vrataski was one of the best poker players around; even if he didn't like card games and played them only if it was necessary.


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