Kakegurui: Did Yumeko Jabami Beat The President?

The election is a significant occasion in Kakegurui. But who eventually wins the election? Is it Yumeko or Kirari?

Did Yumeko Jabami Beat The President
Kakegurui: Did Yumeko Jabami Beat The President?

The election is a significant occasion in Kakegurui - Compulsive Gambler. Kirari Momobami began The Election as a "winner take all conflict" and bet with the seat as the prize after giving up the presidency.

Kirari uses the election to further upend the existing order and attract new players to the game after Yumeko Jabami significantly disrupted the current housepet structure. Several of the current Student Council members, like Yumemi Yumemite and Midari Ikishima, are in favour of the move while others are not.

Kirari refers to Hyakkaou Private Academy as her aquarium and warns Yumeko that if nothing is done, "the disturbance will develop until it may become too much for even us to handle."

The leadership of The Momobomi Clan is also at risk with the presidential election. In order to gain considerable influence over commercial and governmental establishments, Kirari was able to successfully centralize student debts and loans while she was president, making the job highly sought-after. When the adults of each branch family learned about it, they sent their kids to the academy to participate in the competition.

The Momobamis are all experienced gamblers because they all partake in gambling. Each of them, especially Terano Totobami, who is in charge of the operation, is also determined to have Kirari expelled from the family.

General Rules

The 30-day election period. Gambles will be held at that time using vote chips rather than standard currency. At the start, one vote chip was given to each student. Gambling is the only way to get votes for oneself. Every student has the potential to run.

The winner and new president are determined by who received the most votes at the end of the voting period. One can spend service coins if they don't have more votes to wager.

One of them is worth 24 hours of a better life, which they must live according to the Council if they are lost. There are also special chips that are worth a million dollars and the rest of your life.

Election Committee

Did Yumeko Jabami Beat The President

The Election Committee is in charge of organizing and managing the entire election. Election Observers are the group's subordinates who report to the chief, Runa Yomozuki.

Inaho Yamato, Rumia Uru, and Kurara Kurokura are known members and can all be recognized by their animal hoodies.

An election observer must be present if there is a vote gamble; else, it is invalid. They are impartial and have rigorous policies against cheating. The Committee manages the distribution of votes and any wagers.

The Committee occasionally holds live broadcasts to let the students know which ten gamblers are currently leading with the most votes.

What were all gambles held as a part of The Election?

All known gambles that were held in connection with the election:

Finger Cutting Guillotine- played by Erimi Mushibami, Yumeko Jabami, Midari Ikishima - Overseen by Inaho Yamato.

Life or Death- played by Yuriko Nishinotouin, Miri Yobami, and Miyo Inbami - Is overseen by an unnamed Observer.

Nym Type Zero- played by Yumeko Jabami, Ryota Suzui, Miyo Inbami, Miri Yobami, Mary Saotome - Overseen by Runa Yomozuki.

100 Votes Gamble- played by Ririka Momobami, Mary Saotome - Overseen by Inaho Yamato.

Double Concentration- played by Itsuki Sumeragi and two unnamed male students - Is overseen by an unknown Observer.

Poker Game- played by Kirari Momobami and Horo Jomaru - Overseen by an unnamed Observer.

Active Station- played by Yumemi Yumemite, Kawaru Natari, Yumeko Jabami - Overseen by Runa Yomozuki.

Greater Good Game- played by Ibara Obami, Miroslava Honebami, Yumeko Jabami, Kaede Manyuda and Itsuki Sumeragi - Overseen by Rumia Uru.

Hundred Votes Auction- played by Yuriko Nishinotouin, Mary Saotome, Yumeko Jabami, Ririka Momobami, Midari Ikishima, Rei Batsubami, Ryota Suzui - Overseen by Inaho Yamato and Runa Yomozuki.

Gin Rummy- played by Ririka Momobami and Nozomi Komabami - Votes weren't directly involved, but rather they played with Scumcoins. Rin Obami introduced scumcoins to The Election in an effort to get around the requirements for a gamble and an observer in the vote exchange process.

War!- played by Rin Obami, Ririka Momobami, Ibara Obami and Anzu, Aruka, Midori - Overseen by Kurara Kurokura (impostor), Runa Yomozuki (secretly).

Grand Tournament- Organized by Sayaka Igarashi, Kirari Momobami (presumed).

Rock Paper Scissor- played by Ibara Obami, Miyo Inbami, Erimi Mushibami, Yumeko Jabami, Mary Saotome, Yuriko Nishinotouin, Midari Ikishima and Yumemi Yumemite - Overseen by Kurara Kurokura.

Who Won The Elections?

Did Yumeko Jabami Beat The President

Due to its ambiguous finish, the "Kakegurui xx" season finale left many viewers perplexed. A few of the final students running for office participate in a high-stakes auction in Episode 11, "The X Girl," in an effort to garner more votes.

Yuriko Nishinotouin (Karin Nanami), Midari Ikishima (Mariya Ise), and Rei Batsubami (Romi Pak) join Yumeko, Mary, and Ryota in the game, and it is ultimately discovered that Rei was cheating the entire time.

Rei's strategy was unsuccessful, which caused her to lose every vote. Yumeko, feeling sorry for her, suggests one more test and urges Rei to take the risk personally.

Ririka Momobami, Kirari's identical twin sister (played by Miyuki Sawashiro), proposes a coin flip, in which Rei wagers 3 billion Yen and Yumeko wagers her family name, all of equal worth.

Yumeko would be exiled from her family if she loses, and Rei would once again become a house pet if she loses.

In the end, Yumeko wins both the coin toss and the prize. As opposed to what was first anticipated, Rei ends up being freed from her figurative chains by Kirari, who is moved by Rei's courage.

Yumeko, on the other hand, keeps playing the slots for entertainment purposes and eventually loses most of her vote chips.

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