Robby Box makes his living playing poker. Some people say he's got it made, but his girlfriend Jan isn't one of them.
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Professional poker players like Robby Box meet all sorts of opponents. When they lose, some get very upset....
Robby susses out a crooked gambling house for a friend, but only brings trouble on himself....
An evening race meeting, a horse that can't lose! Robby Box must get to the course and place his bet. But Jan has other plans.
One of Robby Box 's cronies goes to the big betting shop in the sky. Now it's up to Robby to make sure he gets a good send-off.
Robby Box is invited to play poker with the nobs, but first he must find the 'sit-down' money. There's a 'fixed' fight he can bet on - but which way has it been 'fixed'?
Henry Diamond take the day off. But is Robby's new business all it appears to be?
Robby Box makes a couple of discoveries: old friends aren't always the best friends, and love can be very expensive.
Robby Box and his mate, Geordie, scare an intruder out of Henry Diamond's yard. They think they are doing Diamond a favour.
Robby Box has saved up nearly all the money he needs to get straight with the tax man. But now he hears that an American, Mr Poker himself, has just flown in.
Robby Box is down and out in London. His girlfriend Jan is down under. Will they never meet?
After hitting rock-bottom, there's only one way for Robby Box to go. But first he must come to terms with Jan. And then find his mother's missing bridegroom.
Mum's marriage on the rocks already? And a well-heeled rival for Jan's affections ... everything seems to be falling apart again for Robby Box.
Desperate to stop Jan from going back to Australia, Robby Box has a brainwave. Or is it his worst idea yet?
Robby Box is flying high, establishing himself as a sober citizen. But Jan is getting into deep water with Grover and his friends.
With half of the Dragon Club in his pocket Robby Box gets the chance to win it all.
Robby Box , the new owner of the 'Dragon Club', seems to be getting his head above water at last. Then an old enemy turns up.
Ferret's dog, Mrs MacGregor, goes missing again and Robby Box sees a long-odds chance of making a killing.
Robby Box can no longer duck and dive away from the taxman. But when Debby's life is threatened, tax is the least of his problems.
Robby Box has a new female friend, Sadie Toscana. Can Sadie bring him and Jan together again?
Promises to Jan, debts to the Inland Revenue, Robby is at it again, keeping too many balls in the air. His only assets are his wits and his club.
At the bottom of the heap again, Robby Box will do anything for money. He'll even teach his friends to play poker!
Robby Box sorts out a fiddle at Gil's Betting Shop and helps a friend in need.
When Robby Box wins a card game in the hospital, he ends up 'painting the town'.
Robby Box will bet on anything, but it's a different matter when it comes to gambling with his own life.
Lumbered with a cuckoo in the nest, Robby Box sets out to put things right, but gets them wrong.... and right.
Robby Box has something he would like to say to Jan, but Ronnie Day and a load of forged bank-notes get in his way ...
Robby Box goes a long way out of his way to help a lady and himself.
Robby Box is perfectly serious about giving up gambling... until he hears a certain American is in town.
Robby's gambler's luck run out at last?
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