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It's 7 o'clock at Domino High School, and Yugi's teaching Joey how to play Duel Monsters. Tristan says Joey's pretty cute when he's thinking, and Joey shoves him away. Téa says they've been at it for hours. Joey's starting to get the hang of it, but Yugi's an expert. (Japanese Honda [Tristan] asks Jounouchi [Joey] what he's doing. He's never heard of Duel Monsters, so Jounouchi tells him to be quiet and watch. Anzu [Téa] explains that you build a deck of monster and magic cards and then battle.)
Joey plays Kagemusha of the Blue Flame (800 ATK), while Téa explains that each monster has an attack number and a defense number. The first person to eliminate his opponent's life points wins the duel. (The US cards have all been redesigned to remove the names and descriptions. Monster cards show only the monster's level, attribute, attack points and defense points. The Japanese cards look like the real cards.)
Yugi agrees that Joey made a pretty good move—but not good enough! He counters with Blackland Fire Dragon (1500 ATK), and Joey's wiped out. Tristan tells Joey he stinks at this game, but Yugi says he did fine. Yugi just has better cards—his Grandpa owns a game shop. Joey's all set to go visit the shop right then.
Kaiba is off by himself reading a book, when he overhears Yugi saying that maybe they can get Grandpa to show them the Super Rare Card he owns. (In the Japanese version, the book Kaiba's reading is Nietzsche's Also Sprach Zarathustra. In the US version, the book cover is blank. Afraid of turning school kids into nihilists? Or is it just because the title's on the wrong side of the book, from a US perspective?) Could they have found the card that he's been searching for?
After school, Yugi brings his friends home to the game shop, where they meet Grandpa, and talk him into showing them his Super Rare Card, the legendary Blue-Eyes White Dragon. They are appropriately impressed—except for Tristan, who grabs it, saying it doesn't look all that special to him. Grandpa snatches it back from him, insisting that the card is priceless. There are only four of them in all the world.
Joey tells Grandpa he's ready to trade. "Not for this card," Grandpa says. Joey says he didn't mean that card. He wants Grandpa to show him some other cool cards to get him started. (Japanese Jounouchi says he's buying. Grandpa says not this card, and Jounouchi laughs, saying he couldn't afford that one anyway. He asks Grandpa to show him some other good cards.)
Then Kaiba shows up, his silhouette framed dramatically in the doorway. Grandpa asks if he can help him, and Kaiba says it won't surprise him if he can't. Yugi and Joey are surprised to see Kaiba at Grandpa's game shop. Tristan says, doesn't he have a big fancy company to run? What's he doing here? Kaiba says he came to see The Card. (Japanese Kaiba says he heard that Yugi's Grandpa was a card maniac.)
Joey asks if he's into Duel Monsters, too. Maybe they can all duel together sometime. Disdainfully, Kaiba says he'd have more of a challenge playing Solitaire. He's the number one-ranked duelist in the country, and the favorite to win the Duel Monsters Championship. Joey wouldn't last two minutes in a duel against him.
Joey's mad, and ready to start a fight, but Yugi jumps between them and tells Joey to settle down. Joey says Kaiba was asking for it. Kaiba just smiles smugly, and asks if this shop has any worthwhile cards or not.
Then he spots Grandpa's Blue-Eyes White Dragon. He rushes towards it frantically. Can it be? The legendary Blue-Eyes White Dragon in a place like this? Grandpa snaps the lid of the Blue-Eyes' case shut, and asks Kaiba if there's anything else he can help him with. Kaiba slams his briefcase full of Duel Monsters cards onto the counter, and offers to trade them all for the Blue-Eyes. The gang boggle at the sight of all those cards, but Grandpa says no thanks. Then Kaiba tells Grandpa to name his price, but Grandpa again refuses. This card means more to him than Kaiba could ever offer—not because of its power, but because it was a gift from a dear friend. Parting with it is completely out of the question. Yugi says Grandpa would feel the same even if it was a common card, and Grandpa agrees. This precious card has bonded with his heart.
Kaiba slams his briefcase shut and stalks out, muttering, "Senile old fool." (Japanese Kaiba says, "Shitsurei suru," which is a way of saying "Goodbye." Literally, it means "I'm being rude," and has a connotation of "Excuse me for leaving so abruptly.") He rides away in his chauffeured limo, grumbling about the heart of the cards. Ridiculous, he thinks. These cards are all about power, and one way or another, the Blue-Eyes White Dragon card will be his.
Back at Kaiba Corporation, Kaiba tells his goons he wants them to pick up something for him. (In the Japanese, one of Kaiba's employees tells him in voice-over that they've acquired the remaining three cards. Kaiba replies that then that old man's card is the last one.) The next morning, three of Kaiba's goons show up at the game shop, telling Grandpa that their master, Seto Kaiba, challenges him to a duel. He asks, and if he were to decline? They say they must insist. Grandpa thinks that young Kaiba doesn't understand. But he'll teach him about the heart of the cards.
When the gang show up after school to get more cards, they're surprised to find the shop unattended and the door unlocked. The phone rings and Yugi answers. (The words "Now Printing" are removed from the box in the US version.)
Exodia obliterates all three Blue-Eyes White Dragons, and Kaiba loses, much to his shock and horror. Joey cheers, and Mokuba looks on in surprise. His brother never loses!
Yugi tells Kaiba that he plays only for power, and that's why he lost. If you put your heart in the game, there's nothing you can't do. Kaiba hunches over his dueling station, wondering how he could have lost. If you want to know, Yugi tells him, open your mind! (Japanese Yami tells Kaiba that he will crush the evil in Kaiba's heart, and taps into the power of the Millennium Puzzle, calling out "Mind Crush.") Kaiba falls to his knees.
In the hospital, Grandpa wakes up, knowing that Yugi won.
As Pegasus sits with a glass of wine, one of his suits reports to him that their uncontested Champion Seto Kaiba was just beaten in a duel by someone named Yugi. Pegasus says hmm, and his Millennium Eye flashes.
to be continued