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When "Second Coin Toss" is used to redo the result of a card effect that requires multiple coin flips (such as "Sand Gambler"), you are required to make all the required flips again. Thus, technically, Pierre should have had to start over after getting tails on one his tosses when activating Sand Gambler's effect.
This Series takes place a genertaion in the future, so why were they dueling on a paper mat? Even if she is a kid, that must be at least 15 years after duel disks were invented! (Reply: It's still entirely possible to duel without duel disks and virtual technology. Maybe schools have rules against bringing them to class, like cell phones.)
'The Gambler' almost looks like the monster Sand Gambler from the cards, both in looks, attire, and stance (on the card, the Sand Gambler has one hand in his pocket, the other flipping a coin; 'The Gambler' similarily flips his coin similar to how the Sand Gambler would). However, he would not actually be another Spirit Monster since Alexis knows him from childhood.
(After Pierre loses the duel)
Pierre: You just got lucky.
Alexis: Pierre. I beat you fair and square because I don't believe in luck!
Jaden: Well, Pierre, Bon Voyage. See? I know some French! ... That is French, right?
(later on in that episode)
Jaden: Sayonara! That's French too, right?
Pierre: My bunny attacks your dancing doll!
Pierre: Tell me, do you feel lucky, Alexis?
Pierre: I invoke Gambler's Angel Bunny in Attack Mode.
Syrus: Ah...look at her.
Jaden: Easy, Sy. You don't wanna make the Dark Magician Girl jealous now, do you?
Syrus (nervously): Is she here?!
Chounselor Sheperd: Listen, my school is not a gambler parlor!
Alexis: You haven't grown up too much.
Pierre: My! You have!
First appearance of Cyber Prima.
In Japanese, the Gambler's Angel Bunny card wears a fishnet on their legs but was conceal in pink in America.
"Gamble Angel Bunny" is nearly exactly the same as a real Monster Card called "Abare Ushioni" - the two cards have the exact same effect, and even have the same ATK and DEF. The only difference is, besides looks, is Gamble Angel Bunny is a Fairy, and Abare Ushioni is a Beast-Warrior.
Cyrus' monster crush, Dark Magician Girl, is mentioned in this episode. It occurs after Pierre summons his first Gamble Angel Bunny.
"Fairy Box" now has it's true effect, unlike the monster-concealing effect it had when Joey occasionally used it in the original series.
Featured Duel: Alexis vs Pierre
Pierre: Japanese Name
Pierre's name in the Japanese version is Boy.
Pierre's deck deals with gambling and luck.
Pierre's character design is the same as the duel monsters card, Sand Gambler.
This is the first time in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX that we get to see a Duel Monsters gamemat.
We get to see Pierre and other of Alexis' classmates in this episode as children.
This is the second time we got to see Alexis as a child.
Pierre stole Alexis' red scarf that Alexis' mother gave to her when she was young, but returned it to her after he lost this duel.
This is the second appearance of the academy's body guards.
The gambling theme of this episode was left untouched by 4kids Entertainment.
In Japan, the Gambler's alias was simply "Boy"; his real name was Mitsuo, but he refused to go by it.
In the end of the episode Jaden confuses the word sayonara for french. Sayonara means "goodbye" in japanese, his original language.
Pierre's deck has a prevalent gambling theme, similar to Joey Wheeler's in the original series. In another coincidence, Alexis is the first character in GX to play one of Joey's trademark cards, Scapegoat.
In the Japanese version, Pierre heads to Duel Academy when he hears about the battle against the Shadow Riders. He's not demanding to see Alexis but to made a Key Keeper. When Alexis challenges him, if he wins, he would take her place as a Key Keeper.
The Title: Hearts Are Wild.
"Hearts Are Wild" refer to card games likes poker or five card stud. Wild cards can be anything the player wants.
Reference: Gamble Angle Bunny.
Pierre's "star" Monsters, the Gamble Angel Bunnies, were clearly inspired by the Playboy Bunnies, cocktail waitresses (some who could be seen in casinoes) who wore similar costumes.
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