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Zao, sitting across from Nicholas, appeared to have no objection. He tapped the top card on the deck. "Since you have chosen the game, I will decide on the stakes. Is this acceptable?"

"I cannot forget that you, a half-breed, caused me to lose face."

'"Then you are without honor," Nicholas said.

"I cannot forget that you, a half-breed, caused me to lose face."

"I don't trust this fellow," Tachi said. "He didn't like losing, especially to you."

Nicholas nodded, and he and Tachi rose. Zao glared at them as they walked back to the bar.

"I want a rematch." Zao's voice boomed and echoed across the deserted street.

"Oh, this should be good," Zao said with a half-stifled laugh. He gestured to a free table. "By all means, let us play karuta."

"In one hour I will leave here. We will talk outside, then."

Karuta was based on seasonal flowers and was won or lost on certain number combinations. A deck of cards was produced from behind the bar and placed on the table. Nicholas asked the bartender if he knew how to deal. The man nodded, a bit fearfully. His fear escalated when Nicholas asked him to be the dealer.

The headlights of a car facing them were switched on, bathing them in brittle light.

"If I win, you will tell us everything you know about the Russian and why he was here." Nicholas ignored the Yakuza's stare, which was meant to be intimidating, and concentrated on the man's body language. This would tell him what he needed to know during the game.

Nicholas nodded, and he and Tachi rose. Zao glared at them as they walked back to the bar.

Zao, close now, laughed harshly. "My word is worthless to an iteki."

Zao, sitting across from Nicholas, appeared to have no objection. He tapped the top card on the deck. "Since you have chosen the game, I will decide on the stakes. Is this acceptable?"

The headlights of a car facing them were switched on, bathing them in brittle light.

"And you will not remember your word."

"I don't trust this fellow," Tachi said. "He didn't like losing, especially to you."

"Oh, this should be good," Zao said with a half-stifled laugh. He gestured to a free table. "By all means, let us play karuta."

Nicholas was moving so fast that even to Tachi's trained eye he was a blur. Nicholas had heard the hammer snap back on the pistol, and his instincts had taken over.

"If I win, you will tell us everything you know about the Russian and why he was here." Nicholas ignored the Yakuza's stare, which was meant to be intimidating, and concentrated on the man's body language. This would tell him what he needed to know during the game.

Nicholas nodded, and he and Tachi rose. Zao glared at them as they walked back to the bar.

Zao ordered the bartender to deal. The first hand, both were dealt winning combinations; the second proved a bust for both men. But on the third hand, Nicholas exposed a winning combination. Zao held an eight, a nine, and a three. This was a losing hand and an ironic one, because those three numbers formed the kanji for the word Yakuza.

Zao looked about the room shrewdly. "When I win this game, you will forget who sent you to me and why you were sent. Also, you will ascend the karaoke stage and publicly apologize to me."

"Oh, this should be good," Zao said with a half-stifled laugh. He gestured to a free table. "By all means, let us play karuta."

'"Then you are without honor," Nicholas said.

"And you will not remember your word."

Karuta was based on seasonal flowers and was won or lost on certain number combinations. A deck of cards was produced from behind the bar and placed on the table. Nicholas asked the bartender if he knew how to deal. The man nodded, a bit fearfully. His fear escalated when Nicholas asked him to be the dealer.

'"Then you are without honor," Nicholas said.

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