Chapter 51 of Your Talent is Mine is an entertaining addition to the series. The main character possesses a common ability found in many plots, which allows him to easily do anything that anyone else can. However, the author executes this plot type nicely, with the added rule of reduced usage time between copying abilities, making it a well-done plot for the story.
One issue with the series is the speed of release and size of each chapter. While it is not the worst in these aspects, it falls into multiple tropes such as the recent return after the author was sick. In the latest chapter, 1/3 of the already small chapter release is dedicated to recapping the previous chapter, with no redrawn panels, which hurts the enjoyment factor. Moreover, during fights and with at most, one chapter released per week (often delayed), it becomes difficult to stay invested in the story.
In my opinion, Your Talent Is Mine Chapter 51 would be better for the author to put the series on pause for a few months to create a backlog of chapters before returning with no recaps and a consistent release schedule of one chapter per week. This approach would not only save the series in the long run but also make it more popular in the short term upon its return. Despite these issues, "Your Talent is Mine" remains a good read overall.