Judging from his past actions of helping people in distress and rescuing the world when it's on the brink of destruction, the answer is easy if you think about it.
Here's a hint. When he leaves the casino at the beginning of Dr. No, he casually tips the doorman. Yes, he's free with his money. He's also free with his compliments as he tips the craps dealers in Diamond's Are Forever, saying, "Thank you gentlemen, for such a sterling service."
In Casino Royal, when Bond passes through the security gate on the way to the card game, he says "thank you" to the security man when he's handed his keys back.
After her wins at Casino Royale, he slides the dealer a half-million dollar chip.
Ready to leave the craps table in Diamonds Are Forever, he then gives part of his winnings, ($5,000), to "Plenty O'Toole" (Lana Wood) for rolling the dice for him, and continues walking without expecting anything in return. Are you getting close to the answer?
What does Bond do for the Holidays?
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