Barney is depicted as arriving in Geneva, Switzerland on a Pan Am Boeing 707-331C, registration N701PA, named Clipper Donald McKay. It was made in 1959 and flew with Pan Am until being sold to a private leasing company in 1972. It was scrapped in 1976. Donald McKay was a Canadian-American designer of "Clipper" type sailing merchant ships.
While playing chemin de fer, Barney wins so much money so quickly, night after night, that it's patently absurd that it takes so long for the croupiers and casino staffs to suspect he's cheating, even if they don't know how.
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