Neighbours spoilers follow for UK viewers.
Neighbours‘ Hendrix Greyson finds himself in deep trouble on UK screens next week as his scam goes horribly wrong.
After quitting Lassiters, Hendrix ends up teaming up with Jay Rebecchi to win big at illegal blackjack games run by returning villain Kane Jones. Their plan sees Jay counting cards and passing on instructions to Hendrix via secret signals.
In upcoming scenes, Hendrix (Benny Turland) is enjoying his winnings and confidently heads to Kane’s (Barry Conrad) next game at Lassiters, expecting Jay (Dhruv Malge) to be there.
However, Jay is held up at home. Hendrix continues to play, but without Jay’s card-counting, he ends up suffering a big loss.
Hendrix is angry at Jay for the no-show, but Jay suggests that they can still go to the next game, pointing out Hendrix’s poor performance is likely to have taken suspicion off of him.
Hendrix and Jay later learn the next game is cancelled after the venue becomes unavailable. But Hendrix refuses to be deterred and dangerously tells Kane that he can use the vacant Number 24.
At Number 24, Hendrix and Jay’s plan is going to plan, with Hendrix enjoying a winning streak.
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During a break in play, a suspicious Kane decides to add extra decks to the game which makes counting cards much more difficult for Jay.
Despite Jay’s concerns, Hendrix plays on and things go from bad to worse. Stubbornly refusing to stop, he ends the night $10,000 in debt to Kane. How will Hendrix pay Kane back?
Neighbours airs these scenes on Monday, January 18, Tuesday, January 19, and Wednesday, January 20 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.
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