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D'Arby the Gambler (5) (ダービー・ザ・ギャンブラー その⑤ Dābī za Gyanburā Sono 5?), originally The Fraud and the Bluff (イカサマとハッタリ Ikasama to Hattari) in the WSJ release, is the two hundred fifteenth chapter of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga. It is also the one hundred second chapter of Stardust Crusaders.

Summary

D'Arby and Jotaro begin their poker battle for everyone's souls. The two look at their cards, and D'Arby chooses to take two more. Jotaro wagers one of his soul chips and takes three cards. D'Arby wages another Polnareff chip, and Jotaro matches that, both now wagering three chips each. Jotaro lays down his cards revealing two eights and two nines, but D'Arby beats that with two jacks and two queens. D'Arby grabs his won chips and the game continues. The cards are dealt, and D'Arby sees that he now has three kings. D'Arby takes one card, but realizes that Jotaro has yet to look at his cards. Jotaro exclaims that he doesn't need to change cards, despite not knowing what his own are. D'Arby becomes bewildered at Jotaro's insane tactics and asks why he doesn't look at his cards. Jotaro ignores him and requests a favor from Avdol. He then wagers his remaining three soul chips along with six of Avdol's (six chips being equal to one soul). Avdol explains that despite not knowing Jotaro's plan he puts his full faith into him. D'Arby takes his one card, giving him four kings. He then wagers all of his chips, adding up to fifteen chips in total. Jotaro doesn't have enough chips to wager against that, but D'Arby explains that he could wager Kakyoin's soul as well. D'Arby believes that this will break Jotaro's stoic expression, but Jotaro wagers his friends soul without hesitation. D'Arby notices that a lit cigarette had instantaneously appeared in Jotaro's mouth. Upon seeing this, D'Arby wonders if Jotaro had used his Star Platinum to do something with the cards.

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References

  1. 1991年の週刊少年ジャンプ

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