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Fakes, Swindles, and the Old Switcheroo (9月3日, Kugatsu Mikka—lit. "September 3rd") is the 10th volume of the Hunter × Hunter manga series. It was released by Shueisha on November 2nd, 2000 in Japanese and was released by Viz Media on September 5th, 2006 in English.

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Uvogin and Kurapika have a death-match outside Yorknew City. Through his Chain Jail ability designed for the Troupe, Kurapika is able to completely suppress Uvogin's strength. Though initially intending only to interrogate the outlaw, Kurapika's rage results in him murdering Uvogin and burying his body in the Gordeau Desert. Gon, Killua, and Leorio reach nothing but dead-ends looking for information on the Spiders by themselves, so they decide to take an interest free loan of 100 million Jenny for Gon's Hunter License, so they are able to pay out rewards for information. While Leorio sifts through offered information, Gon and Killua discover they can use Gyo to find valuable items at a street auction, and start to use this method to make money. They meet an antiques expert named Zepile who prevent them from getting swindled when they try to sell the items they found, and winds up making him their auction agent, for a cut of the final proceeds. By this time, the Troupe realizes Uvogin must have been killed by the "Chain Dude", or else he would have returned. Nobunaga and Machi are sent out to find any traces of Kurapika, which results in Gon and Killua following them based on a tip from an informant. This however, results in the boys being captured and brought back to the Spider's base, where they are interrogated about the "Chain Dude." Not knowing Kurapika's abilities or actions, they pass the questioning, but Nobunaga is intrigued by the pair and holds them captive, intending to have Chrollo Lucilfer interview them and make them join the Spiders.

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