The actual number was then revealed, and if the opponent was correct, they played their cards first; otherwise, the contestant to whom the question was posed played first.
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Both 1980s versions were taped at Studio 33 at CBS Television City in Hollywood, California.All global versions of Card Sharks (except the.S., Brazil and Greece) were mostly produced by Reg Grundy.Originally champions could remain on the show after winning the car; but within a week after the car game's introduction if a player won the car, he/she automatically retired.If the contestant cleared both rows, the last card was moved to the top line for the Big Bet Major Wager" in 2001) and he/she had to bet at least half of the remaining bank on a final call.However, game wins no longer paid 100.The 1980s series gave the contestant a choice of three pre-dealt cards to use for changes.When the contestant managed to finish the first row, the last card was moved up to the next row and more money was added to his/her bank.On the 1970s and 1980s network editions of Card Sharks, and for the first four weeks of the 198687 syndicated series, each game win was worth 100 for the contestants, with the first player to win two games winning the match and playing the Money.The concept has been made into a series four separate times since its debut in 1978, and also appeared as part of CBS's.Introduced in October 1986, the educated guess questions were general knowledge trivia questions which had numerical answers.Clip Chips could not be used in the tiebreaker round, however.
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Until January 1987, Card Sharks faced off against its original host Jim Perry's game show Sale of the Century on NBC in the time slot; Sale of the Century was moved to 10:00AM that year.
Shortly thereafter, game #1 was also changed to a three question maximum, moving to a 332 format.
Brande Roderick won in the episode.