Casino Royale (2006)
Also, since options expire on specified expiration dates, it would be an enormous coincidence if Le Chiffre's Puts expired the day after the airport incident - they would still be active, but of zero value.
As a mathematical genius, Le Chiffre would / should have known to hedge his position by also buying some Call options, and that due to the upside potential he would not have needed to invest all of his clients funds in the trade (unless he was exceedingly greedy).
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There are several possible explanations for this. If this flight was a small aircraft, it might not even have a first class (a Delta CRJ200, for example, does not have a formal first class area - just "economy comfort" seats; and JetBlue doesn't have first class on any of its flights). Since Bond secured a seat on the flight at the last minute, he may have had to get a coach seat against his will. He might have even gotten a coach seat deliberately to avoid running into Dimitrios. It's also possible that the "last plane to Miami" didn't leave for a few hours and there were a few flights that left before that (Bond wouldn't have been able to follow Dimitrios until the last flight). It's also possible (although unlikely) that Bond took a connecting flight.
However both of these are useless to Le Chiffre as all they will do is authorise payment into what Le Chiffre believes is the Treasury's bank account.
And in any case Le Chiffre would need the Swiss banker to transfer the funds but the Swiss banker would only visit the winner of the poker game to do this.