Split Decision features 240 cards printed with bizarre pairings -- like "Ben & Jerry's Flavor or Pottery Barn Paint Color?" or "Presidential Pet or Presidential Child?
Below the pairings are choices that seem like they could go either way. For example, one might easily mistake "Philadelphia Cream" for an ice cream flavor, or believe "Billy Coolidge" was a first kid -- not a first pygmy hippopotamus.
Teams must determine which of the two pairing matches the choice. Correct choices earn points and the team that scores the most points in a round wins.
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