Above the lootable cash room, one can find the Golden Gloves (unique boxing gloves) by a framed issue of Boxing Times. Since it's not open the general public, one can explore at leisure. Now, the task is tracking down Benny at his casino, The Tops -- it's located in the Strip's central portion. House is prepared to pay four times the original delivery fee (total 1000 caps), and will unless one completes a [Barter 50] check, raising it to 1250.
The robo cowboy will wait by the door afterwards, allowing one inside through a speech option. Regardless of outcome, the next stop should be visiting Mr. [If one let Benny escape, that report can technically be put off in lieu of visiting Caesar's fort during "Render Unto Caesar".] Reporting a failure to House'll begin "The House Always Wins II," though. House will gladly take the chip off the player's hands if one has it. • This part of the quest overlaps with the ongoing "Ring-a-Ding-Ding! Continue that quest now and check back here when it's completed. Continuous refusal to hand over the chip will turn the securitrons hostile and fail House's questline. The default payment for the return is 1000 caps, although if one didn't do the initial bargaining earlier in the quest, the [Barter 50] option to earn 250 extra caps appears.