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Movie Description: Le Chiffre is a villian in Casino Royale (2006). Le Chiffre is a financier of international terrorism in this movie. In order to win the money back, Le Chiffre sets up and enters a high-stakes Texas hold 'em tournament at Casino Royale in Montenegro in an attempt to recoup his losses before his clients find out that their money has been misappropriated.
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Recent Bond villains have come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from the bleeding-eye ruthlessness (.).
No list of villains would be complete without including Le Chiffre from Casino Royale. He brought a much needed freshness to the reboot of the series, and was one of the better villains of the post-80s era. The intense battle on and off the poker table was reminiscent of some of the climactic gambling scenes in the Ian Fleming novels. With his creepy eye, sly demeanour, and--as if anyone could.
The SMERSH man tells Le Chiffre he has already killed the other two men. He has been sent from the Soviet Union to kill him. The Soviet agent asks Le Chiffre if he is guilty. Le Chiffre says yes. Bond hears a shot from a silenced gun and then sees a hole in the middle of Le Chiffre's forehead, it looks like a third eye. Le Chiffre is dead.
M: (to James referring to Le Chiffre, during briefing in the Bahamas) Which would explain how he could set up a high stakes poker game at Casino Royale in Montenegro: ten players, ten million dollar buy in, five million dollar rebuy, winner takes all, potentially a hundred and fifty million dollars.
Casino Royale - posted in Member Reviews: Casino Royale (2006): The name's Bond.James Bond. Those words evoke many a thought in the public's mind--style, suaveness, sophistication, womanizing, dangerous, cool. Pick a glowing adjective and it's most likely appropriate. It has certainly been the case for 44 years, 20 films (21 if you count Never Say Never Again), and five James Bonds.