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Ninja Throwing Cards

Ninja Cards on Shark Tank

Card Throwing Game - Episode 603 - 10/3/2014

Ninja Cards seen in Episode 603, 10/3/2014
Ninja Card Throwing Game
 coming to the Shark Tank in Episode 603
 So what do you do sitting in a hotel room passing the time having a few beers? If you're entrepreneurs by the name's of Ken Haton and Dustin Berk, the inventors of the card throwing game "Ninja Cards", you create a new competitive game with the limited resources on hand.
With a few empty bottle's and the hotel room key cards laying on the table, Haton and Berk soon competed like real Ninjas showing off their card throwing skills. Neither could have ever imagined this new Ninja Card Throwing Game would completely change their lives, especially after Shark Tank Episode 603 airs this Friday night, October 3, 2014 on ABC.

The Ninja Card Throwing Game has evolved a lot since that memorable day inside that hotel room. The actual plastic card's are still the same size as a regular credit card or hotel key card, but also resemble popular trading game cards like Pokémon cards with limited editions. Some of the Ninja Cards are also Prize Cards you can win additional prizes, but the website looks a little vague exactly what you actually win.

To get fully decked out with a set of 15 Ninja Cards, a 24" x 24" target, and complete instructions how to play is only $30.00 currently on the website. Apparently they also have competitions for Ninjas to show off their throwing skills, but again, the website is a little vague on the details. Holding competition events really does sound like a great idea, and something I would like to compete in myself.

Ninja Card's before Shark Tank Update

Coming from someone who's been throwing knives, screwdrivers, stars, nails, and just about anything else that sticks, for as long as I can remember, this is one product I was attracted to as soon as I seen it. Oddly enough I never spent much time throwing playing cards, much less credit cards. My Son and I practiced throwing playing cards after watching the Shark Tank Episode with the Magician Rick Smith Jr, but it's not nearly as easy as he makes it look. These heavier Ninja Cards are most likely much easier to throw and control consistently, which just might be the trick at mastering the art of card throwing at little faster.

As far as Ninja Cards getting a deal on the Shark Tank, I think I might already know the answer to that one. Have you seen the Shark Tank Gag Reel for this season yet? It is without question the "Funniest Shark Tank Video" you've ever seen, and sob if part of the Ninja Card segment made the final cut.

Something tells me thousands of kids (both big and small) are going to love mastering the art of Ninja Card Throwing. Hopefully they will stick to throwing at the targets and not each other.

Ninja Cards Website


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