Ogenki desu ka…?
Do we look like Japanese people? Okay, forget it. Well, do you read manga or you are manga lovers? As you know, we can read so many manga genres, especially gambling manga. However, there are so many people who still do not know that gambling exists in Japanese comics.
Or perhaps some people also do not know what gambling is, yeah this is a common problem here. Okay let’s start from gambling definition, then we will share some mangas about gambling that can entertain you.
What Gambling Is?
If you already know what gambling is you can go on to scroll down. Well, this is important for beginners to understand this term.
Gambling is a game where players bet to choose one option among several choices where only one choice is correct and becomes the winner.
The player who loses the bet will pass the bet to the winner. Rules and bet amounts are determined before the match starts.
Lottery can be viewed as gambling where the rules of the game are to determine a decision by random selection. A raffle is usually held to determine the winner of a prize .
An example is a sweepstakes where participants have to buy a ticket which is numbered.
The numbers of these tickets are then randomly drawn and the numbers drawn are the winning numbers. Ticket holders with this winning number are entitled to certain prizes.
Popular Games in Gambling
This gambling game is played by two or more people. Poker game will be won if someone holds the cards which are better than the others and the winner will receive all the bet money collected in the middle of the game table.
Are you familiar with the country of Macau? The country is famous for its gambling center which has a lot of casino games in it which beats Las Vegas as a gambling place.
There are many types of gambling offered in this casino game. However, if you want to play it, make sure that you don’t pick the wrong opponent because there are so many people who are already skillful at one of these games.
This game is played using cards. The Mahjong game is famous in China and is growing rapidly in various countries such as Asia, Europe and other parts of the world. In addition, now there are a lot of mahjong that can be played online on the internet.
4. Sports Betting
If you are a football lover, you must be familiar with soccer betting, which is now widely available on the internet.
In addition, this type of gambling is also a favorite of gambling lovers in the world because this game is only required to guess what the score is from the result of a football match.
Best Gambling Manga
We know you can’t be patient to know what are some gambling manga you can read. Okay, now we move to the list of manga about gambling for your recommendation.
1. Gamble Fish
Welcome to Shishidou, a school for the chosen few where the elite and wealthy send their children to study, which serves as the setting for “Gamble Fish”.
The life of privilege continues until Tomu Shirasagi, a gambler and mysterious student transfer, arrives at the school.
Shirasagi, displeased by the opulence of the building or his peers’ social standing, promises to bring the school to ruin through a series of gambling games.
His motivations become clearer as we become emotionally involved in Tomu’s sleight-of-hand and versatile arsenal of psychological and physiological tricks he employs to ensure he wins every game and challenge he undertakes.
Tomu may appear to be a conceited villain at first, but the reader is forced to side with him against the beautiful Mika Shishidou, the schoolmaster’s granddaughter, and the ruthless Abidani, who wants Tomu expelled or killed, the true villain of the story.
This gambling manga’s 168 characters and 19 volumes will bring the story to a great ending, and Gamble Fish will be your favorite manga.
2. Tomodachi Game
Every chapter of “Tomodachi Game,” also known as “Friendship Game,” is full of exciting plot twists. What begins as schoolboy frolics quickly turns into trouble for Katagiri Yuuichi, the main character, and his four best friends from school.
The backstory quickly sets the scene: Yuuichi’s class is saving money for a field trip, but the money is mysteriously stolen. Suspicion quickly falls on Yuuichi’s friends Sawaragi Shiho and Shibe Makoto.
Doubt quickly grips the friends, but things are only going to get more difficult from here on out, as the boys are kidnapped and wake up in an unfamiliar room.
One of them has secretly enrolled the others in a “friendship game” that will put their trust in one another to the test while also revealing new and not always pleasant insights into their personalities.
The game should be simple enough for a group of friends who stick to their guns and trust each other, but with a malicious party in the group attempting to break up their friendship, Yuuichi quickly realizes it’s up to him to carry the friends through the game’s increasing challenges.
3. Liar Game
Liar Game baes on the story of Nao Kanzaki, a brutally honest girl who is sucked into the notorious Liar Game where opponents battle wits through deception and lies through no fault of her own.
The goal of the game is straightforward: defeat your opponents and steal their money, leaving them in massive debt.
The manga begins with Nao, who is portrayed as a very kind honest girl who one day finds a package at her doorstep inviting her to participate in a subsurface game and a hundred million yen in cash. Nao is naturally drawn to the game and sees it as a source of pride.
She is quickly deceived out of her money when she decides to plot an exact revenge on those who dragged her into the game. However, how does someone who has never told a lie in their life become a skilled gambler and con artist?.
Nao decides to hire Shinichi Akiyama, a swindler who has recently been released from prison and is looking for a new way to make money.
At first glance, winning the Liar Game through Nao as a proxy appears to be a good idea, with Shinichi planning a quick in and out at the expense of his naive ward.
Things don’t go as planned, and he soon realizes he’s gotten himself into something bigger than any con he’s ever run before.
4. Alice in Borderlands
Alice in Borderland, now available on Netflix as a live-action TV series, is based on Haro Aso’s Japanese fantasy manga of the same name.
The manga focuses on the lives of three high school students, Arisu, Karube, and Chota, who are bored and looking for a way to spice things up.
During an official holiday, Arisu makes a wish to live in “exciting times,” and his wish is granted, and the friends are transferred into a post-apocalyptic world similar to the one imagined by the Mad Max franchise.
This new world is a game of chance. Moreover, the only way to get out is to win. Lingering is not an option because Borderland does not exist, and if they stay without completing the game, they will perish.
As a result, what could be their first and possibly final adventure begins with the stakes as high as their lives, and the trio is making their way through the seemingly hostile world they have entered.
5. Psychic Gambler (Betting Man)
Meet Jin-goo, a bored, virile young man who gains the ability to see through objects. Jin-goo initially uses his abilities to seduce girls, but as he grows tired of his conquests, he shifts his focus to gambling.
He quickly earns a reputation for his incredible talent at the tables, but is he the only one who can “read” a table?.
In addition, his opponents, too, have some secrets that will catch Jin-goo off guard and make him realize that his psychic abilities aren’t enough to outwit his equally gifted opponents.
6. 81 Driver
Yokusaru Shibata’s 81 Driver is a quirky manga published by Weekly Young Jump. The manga’s plot revolves around Kentaro, the protagonist who has a talent for the game of shogi and dabbles in it on the side.
After failing to gain entry into the professional shogi league, Kentaro decides to wing it and play recreationally to support himself, as money is tight.
Things are going well until he meets Ukeshi, a female shogi player who easily defeats him and adds to Kentaro’s financial woes.
Nonetheless, the defeat is exactly what he needs to get back into shogi. As he delves deeper into his research, he becomes more enamored with Ukeshi, who, surprisingly, works as a part-time maid cosplayer.
Do you know Kakegurui live action? Yes, it has appeared in manga too. Kakegurui also known as Compulsive Gambler is a popular gambling manga written by Homura Kawamoto and illustrated by Tooru Naomura.
The plot of the manga revolves entirely around the Hyakkaou Private Academy. Students at Hyakkaou, an elite school where children from higher casts are taught how to advance in life through deception and lying, compete to come up with the most amazing trick and defeat students in gambling battles.Okay, we have reached the last paragraph. Then, which one of gambling manga do you want to read first? All of those manga have good ratings and good storylines too. Therefore they can entertain you in their leisure time