Warning : Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji: 24-oku Dasshutsu-hen is the continuation of the kaiji series, so if you want read it, you probably need to start from the beginning
This review will not contain major spoilers if you have read the last part and I will try to make it as short as possible
The story is occurring just after Kaiji and Kazuya fierce one poker gamble, after that Kaiji won the 2.4 billion yen in the last single decisive bet. And now it's time for him, Chang and Mario to escape from the gambling location with a stack of money, and this mission should be accomplished without
making Teai able to track them (and finally the endless night have ended, this gambling night have longed about 14 years in the real timeline from 2004 to 2018).
Here a new unusual development begins in the series. And Nobuyuki-sensei yet give's another masterpiece with his particular ingenious schemes that makes even an escape plan entertaining and will urge you to read a chapter after another (for me, I was thinking of reading this part after the end of the serialization, but I couldn't stand not reading it at the end).
The story until now makes me long for the next events, I don't understand why, but every event in this part is like somehow a decisive thing in the story that makes you feel anxious of what will happen later. When you will go through the chapters, you are going to notice even the slight coincidence, will affect the story heavily, so that make's the continuation of the story more and more unpredictable.
As for the drawing, the author is still hanging on and giving his best, especially for this part, cause there are some unusual sceneries contrary to the usual kaiji where we are solely fixating on the psychological gambles, the deep facial expressions and the tense atmosphere.
For the characters, we were introduced to new ones, as well as the return of some from the old parts
This part for me will be perhaps the final season as it goes for the time being. If you haven't read it yet, you certainly must give it a chance, cause the whole story in my point of view is underrated of avoided due to it's deep psychological theme.