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Tobaku Haouden Zero

Tobaku Haouden Zero

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Synonyms: Gambling Emperor Legend Zero
Japanese: 賭博覇王伝 零


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 70
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 5, 2007 to Feb 25, 2009
Authors: Fukumoto, Nobuyuki (Story & Art)


Score: 8.251 (scored by 1383 users)
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Ranked: #3932
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Popularity: #2200
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Volumes: /8
Chapters: /70


Ukai Zero saves three troubled teens from a Suicide Website, and together chooses to work as 'Robin Hoods' of society. However, one of Zero's friends are caught by an organization he got in trouble with, and Zero is forced to enter a gambling competition hosted by a rich, rotten old man who is looking for talented gamblers to be his rep player. The reward money? ONE TRILLION YEN.


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Jan 28, 2016
Ive read Liar Game, bits of Kaiji/Akagi/Gamble Fish, and a few other psychological or game based things. Personally, Gambling Emperor Legend Zero is the best of them in my opinion. Ill go through each of story, art, character, and then tell my thoughts in the enjoyment and overall sections. There may be spoilers for some of the games.


A group of people are gathered to play games of intelligence, risking their lives to get three rings, which will advance them to the next stage. If they fully win, they will be able to earn a fortune, and numerous people aim for this. Zero joins as well, read more
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Jan 21, 2016
NOTE: This review only covers Part I of the Zero saga.

Tobaku Haouden Zero is Fukumoto's attempt at bringing a more shonenized, fast-paced gauntlet of deadly gambling games to life in his distinctive style, and it results in a quite enjoyable; though somewhat bumpy ride throughout.

In terms of characters, the poster-boy and titular protagonist Zero warrants a full paragraph written about him. While he is definitely not the most "memorable" of characters crafted by Fukumoto, he is still an interesting character to observe and root for. Zero is a genius, but he is not a cold, unfeeling machine like we are used to. Zero, fitting the read more
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