General Hospital Spoilers: Spencer’s Grateful To Have Trina And Dr. Obrecht On His Side

Spencer outsmarts Victor

Spencer outsmarts Victor?! Once his Uncle Victor’s precious young Cassadine heir, Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) is now expendable. Ideally, Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) would protect his great nephew at all costs. In his mind, the more Cassadine family members banned together, the more powerful they become. But when his prized family member wants nothing to do with him, Victor’s mentality changes.

Back in Port Charles, Laura Spencer (Genie Francis), Portia Robinson (Brook Kerr), Curtis Ashford (Donnell Turner), Jordan Ashford (Tanisha Harper), among others, brainstorm to help rescue Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez), Ace, Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali), and Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati). Laura offers up the most knowledge based on her past experience with the crazy Cassadine’s. Back when the ship was called, The Titan, Luke Spencer (Tony Geary) and Laura were prisoners aboard the ship.

General Hospital news and spoilers reveal Chavez’s recent statement in an interview with Soaps In Depth. “He has to find a way to outsmart Victor,  and all of his personnel, in order to end up with the upper hand,” Chavez admitted. “The odds are definitely stacked against him.”

But with Trina and Liesl’s help, it’s possible that Spencer outsmarts Victor. Is Victor about to lose the upper hand?

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