Even before we move on to describing the best gambling related mangas, it is important to understand what mangas are. The manga is the Japanese style of drawing that, when translated means ‘whimsical drawing’ or art that does not necessarily follow the conventional standards of art. These mangas have been developed into several cartoons, novels and games and that is what we are about to shed light on with this article. We shall look into the top 10 gambling related mangas since gambling and mangas serve to be an explosive combination.

Kaiji:

One of the best-written mangas so far, Kaiji revolves around a poor man who finds himself in a near-death experience. It is this experience that unleashes his true potential as a gambler and bestows fortune upon him.

 

Akagi:

Akagi follows the story of a man who defeats two members of the Yakuza community in Mah-jong only to disappear for a short while. However, he comes back from nowhere and challenges the Japanese King of the underworld.

Kakegurui:

Kakegurui-Compulsive Gambler has a fascinating storyline that showcases how an academy in Japan takes in students from the wealthy class of the Japanese community. However, the catch lies in the fact that these students do not emerge as world leaders, but engage in a dangerous compulsive wagering game.

Gamble Fish:

Gamble Fish chronicles the story of a new student in the Shishidou academy, who is nothing short of a compulsive gambler. In a series of mad events, the student challenges every other person in the school in a bid to bring ruins to the establishment. As the story progresses, events of this mad gambler’s dark past unfold gradually.

Liar Game

Liar Game:

This series was first published in 2005 and has been subsequently translated into Dutch and Chinese. The storyline of this series is quite an interesting one that narrates how an unsuspecting young girl receives a mysterious package and then finds herself in the middle of a dangerous gambling game.

Legendary Gambler Tetsuya:

This manga has a simple storyline that shows how poor people in the community struggle to make ends meet. In the midst of this entire hullabaloo, a simple man named Tetsuya meets a skilled Boushu-san and learns things about Mah-jong.

Gin to Kin:

The ostensibly simple storyline of Gin to Kin gradually takes a turn in the dark alleys when a simple gambler meets Hirai Ginji, a fixer in the underworld. Soon in a bid to overtake Ginji and filled with greed, Tetsuo engages in a series of daring endeavors.

Usogui

Usogui:

Usogui is an extremely thrilling manga that needs to make it to your weekend list. The manga does not overcomplicate things to keep the audience glued to their seats; it instead offers high-stake gambling events and keeps the adrenaline rushing through your veins.

Psychic Gambler:

Here is another fresh-out-of-the-box manga that narrates how a person who can see through objects uses his power to seduce girls, but later channels the power towards gambling. If you want something new and innovative, this manga is a must-read.

One Outs:

We shall be wrapping the list of the top 10 mangas with this one that chronicles how Tōa Tokuchi, a fabulous gambler is asked to pitch for the weakest team in the country. What happens as a result of this deal is what you need to explore on your own, lest we might give away spoilers.

Conclusion:

Therefore, tune in to your weekend with these 10 fantastic gambling mangas for a taste in gambling as well mangas, served to you on one unique platform.