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  2. Card Sharks - Wikipedia

    The game features two contestants who attempt to predict the outcome of survey questions to gain control of a row of oversized playing cards, then determine whether the next card drawn is higher or lower. The title Card Sharks is a play on the term "card sharp", a person skilled at card games.

  3. Jim Perry (television personality) - Wikipedia

    His biggest break in the United States came in 1978 when NBC and Mark Goodson–Bill Todman Productions cast him for their new show Card Sharks. Perry hosted the entire NBC version and the two pilots that preceded the series, airing from April 24, 1978, until October 23, 1981.

  4. Press Your Luck - Wikipedia

    On January 6, 1986, CBS moved Press Your Luck to a different timeslot in order to make room for a Bob Eubanks-hosted revival of Card Sharks. Press Your Luck replaced Body Language in the network's 4:00 p.m. afternoon time slot.

  5. List of card manipulation techniques - Wikipedia

    Card manipulation is often used to perform card tricks in magical performances, especially in close-up, parlor, and street magic. A person who practices card manipulation may be called a card sharp, card shark, or card mechanic.

  6. Shark species that may be world’s ‘largest ... - AOL

    A mysterious shark that may count as the world’s largest predatory fish appears to be in decline off the U.S., prompting a rush to gather as much information as possible about the secretive ...

  7. Card Sharks (2001 game show) - Wikipedia

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  8. Talk:Card Sharks - Wikipedia

    So Card Sharks can be thought of as a simplified version of Acey Deucey, based on one initial card rather than two. But in a practical sense, the key to Acey Deucey is the “between” status of the third card, something that is not a part of Card Sharks.

  9. Card sharp - Wikipedia

    A card sharp (also card shark, sometimes hyphenated or spelled as a single word) is a person who uses skill and/or deception to win at card games (such as poker). "Sharp" and "shark" spellings have varied over time and by region.