In The Empire Strikes Back, Han piloted the Millennium Falcon to Cloud City. Upon arrival at the gas-mining colony Han's party was welcomed by menacing Lando Calrissian and his motley team. Lando greeted Han with offensive tone in his voice and made Han uneasy.
Lando: Why, you slimy, double-crossing, no-good swindler! You've got a lot of guts coming here, after what you pulled.
In Solo: A Star Wars Story, we on the other hand saw how
Han and Chewbacca entered a Sabacc game room on a tropical world. First, Han moved threateningly towards Lando, but then friendly embraced him – and swiped a spare card out of his sleeve. This move helped Han to win the card game and gain the Falcon.
Was this the event Lando was referring to on one of the landing platforms of Cloud City over 10 years later? Storywise it would make sense. I especially like how Lando did
the same diversion move to fool his friend as Han did on him on the jungle world.
But then, there are issues that I find conflicting in this. Lando called Han "double-crossing swindler", though he actually prevented him from cheating in the game. I've also always thought Han won the Falcon in a dice game, with the ones that have been shown in a number of movies lately. Additionally, in his opening line, Lando underlined Han having the nerve to "come here", to Cloud City.
So, did Han and Lando have another meeting(s) after the event in the end of Solo: A Star Wars Story, in which they finally broke their companionship apart, or was Lando referring to
the Sabacc rematch particularly?