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High Rollers Alex Trebek hosted this casino-style dice game.
The music for this show was loud Las Vegas lounge with a game show gloss.
Based on a game show from the Fifties (Treasure Hunt), this Chuck Barris production is my favorite game show of all time.
This was Geoff Edwards' shining moment - emotionally torturing his overly-excited contestants for laughs.