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Months after the events and finally having cleared his debt, Kaiji has been living with Sakazaki and his family until he kicks Kaiji out with 3 million yen in cash.
Kaiji then agrees to help the former Forty-fivers Miyoshi and Maeda beat Takashi Muraoka, the president of a casino at his Minefield Mahjong game and potentially win over million yen.
After losing sums of money during the game, Kaiji realizes that the game was rigged from the start in Muraoka's favor, with Maeda looking at Kaiji's tiles and giving information to Muraoka and Miyoshi sending false signals to Kaiji.
Kazuya offers Kaiji an opportunity to gamble with him, to which Kaiji accepts and follows him. Kazuya reveals to Kaiji his twisted and bloodthirsty personality and how despicable he thinks human beings are.
He decides to test his view on human nature with a life-or-death game called Salvation Game, with three friends indebted to him, Mario, Chang and Mitsuyama, and see if their friendship is a true bond.
Kaiji is an observer to this game and cheers on the three men to challenge Kazuya's corrupted views. However, after several rounds, Mitsuyama ends up failing to put his trust into his friends and betrays them, taking all the money of the game and leaving them behind to die.
Kaiji instinctively saves Mario and Chang from death, and before going with Kazuya to a warehouse and do their gamble, Kaiji asks them to join and support him to defeat Kazuya.
Kaiji and Kazuya play a game called One Poker, and after several matches with Kaiji close to death, he finally overthrows Kazuya. Nevertheless Kaiji, in an act of mercy, saves Kazuya from dying with the help of Mario and Chang.
While Kazuya lies unconscious, they escape with 2. At the start of serialization, Nobuyuki Fukumoto was 37, and he had a track record of gambling manga, including Ten , Akagi and Gin to Kin.
Eventually, the plan to make it a serialized manga was decided in November , and Kaiji began in Weekly Young Magazine in February Assuming that people who will read Kaiji are not familiar with gambling manga, Fukumoto has stated that he created original gambling games in the series because they are easier to process than already existing games, allowing him to make simple and easy rules, adding as well that anything can become a gamble having an original game, and he can draw something surprising or interesting for the readers.
Kaiji , and most of Fukumoto's other works as well, are drawn in a "cartoonish and loose" style. Fukumoto uses techniques like shake up the character's eyeballs and face to express their feelings.
The titular character is drawn "sharper". Kaiji has an angular face, pointy chin and sharp nose, making it difficult to freehand draw him.
Fukumoto uses a ruler and rotates the manuscript paper to draw him. The manga portrayals people's psychology in extreme situations, and the characters deal with betrayal and elaborate cons, desperately looking for ways to win.
Kaiji is written and illustrated by Nobuyuki Fukumoto. The series started in Kodansha 's Weekly Young Magazine issue 11 of published on February 19, In August , it was announced at Otakon that the then new brand North American manga publishing company Denpa licensed the first part of the manga Gambling Apocalypse: Kaiji.
A spin-off , titled Mr. The music for the anime series was composed by Hideki Taniuchi. Yugo Kanno composed the music for the live-action films. The first film's original score was released on October 7, Kaiji has been adapted into a trilogy of live-action films.
The first film, Kaiji , was announced in October A sequel, Kaiji 2 , was announced in November In May , a third and final film, titled Kaiji: Final Game , with a completely original story by Nobuyuki Fukumoto , was announced to premiere on January 10, Netflix has acquired the global digital rights to the film.
The game is developed by Solid Sphere and is based on the events depicted in the Castle of Despair arc of the first part of the manga.
Several pachinko and pachislot machines based on the series have been released. Fumihiko Tachiki , the narrator for the anime adaptations, will reprise his role for the show.
In the show, indebted contestants had the opportunity to earn money participating in different challenges inspired by the games of the manga.
An application process was available in the program's official website until November Michael Toole of Anime News Network praised the narrative of Kaiji , stating that "the series is run through with entertaining lowlifes, odd situations, and intoxicating moments of suspense".
He praised the series' "ingenious games", depicting them as "devilishly clever and depend as much on the psychology of the players as it does strategy".
Meek also wrote that the theme of the series is "the rich always screw over the poor" and the games could be seen as a "direct form social commentary".
The series' art style has been particularly commented by reviewers. Toole described Kaiji: Ultimate Survivor as "fantastically ugly" and "cheaply animated",  and Martin stated that it uses a "very old-school artistic style", noting the use of "noses that are either huge or lethally sharp, extra-heavy lines in the character designs, and limited animation".
Noses are long, heads are misshapen, and something about their teeth really scares me. This look might be bad for most series out there today, but for Kaiji it works.
The most important part is that it is consistent; and as long as its consistent, it works for me.
Anyways, gamblers are supposed to be ugly". He also highlighted Fukumoto's trademark sound effect "Zawa Zawa", used to "denote minds ill at ease" and the "highly talkative and hard-selling" narrator, used to explain "how a big a deal everything is with a suitable mix of gravitas, bombast, and wild metaphor that is invariably realized through an outlandish fantasy visual".
Crunchyroll listed the second season Kaiji: Against All Rules among the best anime series of , with reviewer Joseph Luster commenting, "Ideally, Kaiji would be super popular in North America.
I'd certainly like to think it would blow up if someone licensed it, but who knows. Still, if you managed to catch the second season this year, you know how dangerously addictive it can be.
Zawa zawa, indeed". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Japanese manga series. Denpa Manga Planet digital.
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Main article: List of Kaiji episodes. Anime News Network. Every time Toua loses though, he must pay to Saikawa the sum of 50,, yen himself.
Toua has to figure out how to oppose the other team and outsmart his manager at the same time. This is a show all about strategy, planning and psychological games.
Many anime fans will already be familiar with this and title and for good reason. The story is really clever as well.
It follows Kaiji Ito, a down-and-out alcoholic who is facing some major difficulties in life. This is impossible for Kaiji. At one point Kaiji is offered a chance to board a shady cruise ship and gamble his way to victory.
The terms for him are simple, but there is a lot on the line: if he wins, he leaves the ship with 20,, yen and if he loses he must do two years of forced labour.
The stakes are high. As such, the series is full of super intense scenes and psychological nuance. This show focuses on Nangou who owes 3 million yen to the yakuza.
It is at this point Nangou meets a kid called Akagi who turns the odds in his favour. As it turns out the kid is very talented at gambling and a naturally skilled player of mahjong.
You will witness many interesting life and death games. This is an anime that treats itself with a degree of respect. Akagi will initiate you to the game and you can watch the anime with ease.
The vast and semi-seedy world of gambling. Seemingly a boorish and monotonous subject for a show, yet we still yearn for the human drama, emotion, and psychology involved in intense poker matches.
Have you ever tried the lottery? Or bet on a horse race? In some cases we want serious risks. But it is a secondary plot and is often referenced.
Really, I recommend the show as a series to watch. Not as a high-speed action, but as a slice of life with elements of tension building in the form of shogi.
But upon deconstruction it seems that this is supposedly a form of social commentary. Really, if this was a list of top ten Production I.
This show might be taking itself overly seriously. And might not reach the baseline of Production I. Archived from the original on May 5, June 9, Archived from the original on June 10, Retrieved June 9, March 28, Archived from the original on May 8, Anime UK News.
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