Strip Poker was a TV game show Extreame strip poker aired in limited syndication exclusively on selected stations owned by USA Broadcasting whose stations are now owned by Univision from —, and was later rerun on the USA Network from — The poker part of the game was based on five-card studusing a deck of 24 cards ranging from 9 to Ace.
Before each question, a pair of face-up cards came down a chute.
The first question was directed at the guys and had to do with "girl stuff". If they got it right, they received control.
A miss gave the girls a chance to take control by giving the correct answer. If they missed, however, the guys got control by default, because the question was in the girls' area of knowledge.
Questions alternated between the two teams, with the girls being asked about "guy stuff" on their turns. The other team received the spare card, and one member of that team would have to take off an article of clothing.
After four questions, each team had four cards. The fifth pair of cards was always face down, but the question would be played the same way. Round 3 was the Lightning Round. One Extreame strip poker from each team stepped up to the microphone to answer the question.
They signaled using a whistle around their neck. If neither player answered, they would both have to take off an article of clothing.
After each question, the players switched places with their partners. After six questions were played in this manner, the team in the lead won the Extreame strip poker. Both teams kept any cash they had accumulated up to that point; however, the losing team would have to strip down to their undergarments in the center of the stage if they had not already done so.
They were usually joined by the other team, who also stripped down, and everybody danced at the center of the stage. Occasionally, between round 2 and the Lightning Round, Graham would ask a member of the studio audience a question. If their answer was correct, they received a Strip Poker T-shirt, but if incorrect, they had to remove Extreame strip poker article of clothing.
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