Really though, it kinda sounds like they're on a date.
Oh those cute little tildes that make Kazuya sound so endearing. Can you imagine how charismatic he sounds? Anyways, Kazuya continues to attempt to
seduce explain himself to Kaiji, who wants none of his excuses. You see, Kazuya wasn't actually "personally involved" in all of their deaths. He was only the sponsor! Think about it. You're in insurmountable debt. Then, Kazuya comes to you with an offer. He will clear your debt and on top of that give you 10 million if you win his gamble? The only fine print is that if you lose, you lose your life. Fair deal, right? Kazuya isn't forcing anyone to accept his deal anyway! But Kaiji doesn't like it. It's still forcing them if they basically have no choice! Still though, the way the gamblers act is quite deplorable. Begging him to let them in the gamble and begging him to let them out if they lose. It is a bit lacking in sportsmanship, but hey, it's their life they're talking about. I'm sure anyone would do anything to get out of it. Even if that does include death threats from beyond the grave. What did catch my attention, however, was that it wasn't the gamble itself that killed the gambler (unlike in MKaiji's bridge), it was the men in black who bludgeoned the poor soul to death.
Could this give a clue as to what Kazuya has in store for Kaiji?