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I hope this is a question that is related enough to this thread to be asked here........

With your favorite peek wallet (Assassin, Magnum, Panther, Outlaw, whatever), what is your favorite routine with the wallet? Could be a routine from the Assassin DVD's, other DVD's, print, etc.

I'd be interested to read what "go to" peek routines everyone uses with these wallets.

Thanks,
Mike
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On 2008-04-16 17:33, MSD921 wrote:
I hope this is a question that is related enough to this thread to be asked here........

With your favorite peek wallet (Assassin, Magnum, Panther, Outlaw, whatever), what is your favorite routine with the wallet? Could be a routine from the Assassin DVD's, other DVD's, print, etc.

I'd be interested to read what "go to" peek routines everyone uses with these wallets.

Thanks,
Mike

I get the spec to write something down. Put it in the wallet. Then tell them what they've written down.
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On 2008-04-16 12:33, Dr Spektor wrote:

However, my vote for best Peek, PW and NW wallet would be an OUTLAW.... and I am looking forward to getting my Magnum as well to see what the new innovations are.


Yup, got it. Magnum Wallet. Hands down, the best around. This is what one would use even as a regular wallet. (Then there's The Outlaw Hideout coming soon as well).
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On 2008-06-08 11:48, Andi Peters wrote:
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On 2008-04-16 17:33, MSD921 wrote:
I hope this is a question that is related enough to this thread to be asked here........

With your favorite peek wallet (Assassin, Magnum, Panther, Outlaw, whatever), what is your favorite routine with the wallet? Could be a routine from the Assassin DVD's, other DVD's, print, etc.

I'd be interested to read what "go to" peek routines everyone uses with these wallets.

Thanks,
Mike

I get the spec to write something down. Put it in the wallet. Then tell them what they've written down.

This sounds like a great routine!

Chappelly
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Yeah Chappelly, indeed, something I never could have thought of. Brilliant, if not genius...
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I started this thread many years ago and give thanks to all that have contributed. After evaluating several wallets I have found the Chimera, Mystic, Outlaw, SUC, and TeleThought wallets to best suit my needs.
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Since you bumped your own thread, I feel it's probably OK to ask... Smile

Can you elaborate about the things you like and the uses you've found? I'd be curious since you listed five wallets.

But if doing so would require going into too much detail, just ignore me. It's all good. Smile
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They really break down into two categories: SUC featured wallets (SUC, Chimera, Mystic) and Cloaked or Filtered wallets (Outlaw, TeleThought). I use them all to obtain secret information captured on a business card to be revealed in a variety of different methods limited only by our imaginations. For example, one application is to have a spectator draw their best representation of a playing card which can later be revealed through the use of Mental Killer by Max Krause or perhaps a drawing duplication or otherwise. These wallets are all just wonderful tools at our disposal enabling us to be as creative as we possibly can.
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Para Wallet.
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Not what I would consider being a peek wallet... But still excellent... Jan
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The best peek wallet is the one you use.
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On Aug 22, 2016, Steven Keyl wrote:
The best peek wallet is the one you use.


Wow, that's the best definition of a peek wallet I ever came across. I would relish plagiarizing it Smile
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On Aug 22, 2016, Steven Keyl wrote:
The best peek wallet is the one you use.


So true Steven! For what it's worth, I have six different wallets and SAW is the one I use everyday. Showdown is diabolical, Pantera is awesome (also just as a business card case), Cassidy rocks and Tony Miller's is bold & beautiful:). Whatever tool works...
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Hello I recommend this Aleph wallet for Vernet magic. Aleph Wallet is the perfect tool for the working professional magician
Aleph Wallet is a multipurpose wallet that will allow you to perform plenty of Stage, Parlor and Close-Up audience tested miracles.
You will have an arsenal just in your rear trouser pocket

Aleph Wallet is more that a wallet:

Magnetic Add a Number Wallet
Always ready "Card in Wallet" (in spectator's pocket).
Switch Wallet
Index Wallet for billets
Secret Writing Wallet
Peek Wallet (two peeks internal and external)
... and much more
Comes with a DVD (approx. 2 hours), with performances, full descriptions and more than 15 gimmicks and accessories. You'll learn 14 professional routines and many ideas and all the tiny details about the wallet.

Some routines explained step by step in the DVD

Money in your pocket (Marc Paul)
A great routine to perform at any venue. The magician can accurately guess, via "body language", in which pocket has the different bills he has secretly hidden. That's not all, as a great punch climax you show a prediction that was all time in full view.

Smart Room Service
Ultra practical and updated version of the classic "Room Service", useful in Close-Up, Parlor or Stage.

Psychic Birthday
You'll get into the mind of a spectator and reveal no only the month but also the exact day and the weather of a birthday he has in mind.

"Hands Off" Dictionary Test
A true "hand off" book test. The magician never touches the regular huge dictionary; he never asks the number of the freely chosen page but he can accurately read the word the spectator has in mind.

Sweet Ring Michel reveals for the first time this closely guarded routine from his professional repertoire. This is a devastating routine: a spectator's finger ring magically travels to a selected and sealed sugar bag. https://youtu.be/7klldsBPJY8
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My name is 252Life, and I am a wallet addict.

Having said that, I finally got on the band wagon and picked up Telethought II, and Tony Millers Complete P*** wallet.
(I seemed to have approached this backwards...I started with the expensive stuff, instead of working my way up.)
I wish Tony's CPW had more/better credit card compartments. But I like it so much, I'll deal with it.
I haven't road tested it yet, but I have no worries. Again, I'm really liking it.
I even got out the stapler and paper to make a Heirloom divider Smile
That set up is less then ideal, but I'm having fun regardless.

As for the Telethought, I really, really like that as well.
I'm surprised with that one. I was convinced I'd regret that buy, but my curiosity won out. Thank God. I'd assumed the case would look cheap, especially with the gold corner protectors, etc.
Nope, it's a solid, nice looking (very presentable, no problem)card case.
The P*** looks great, but as others have stated, watch the lighting.

Ugh...I'm thinking of cutting out the middle man, and just carrying the world's first P*** purse.
I'd be saving pocket real estate at the rate I'm going lol.

252LifeAndHis12'Wallet

ps,

I think the embarrassing part of this for me, is that I hardly ever use them as intended, usually preferring a CT, etc. Still though, security blanket or not, I do love all these little utilities we use Smile
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400 posts (401 Smile) and not one like yet....sniff..sob...a lesser man would complain publicly lol

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I forgot to mention the Jaks wallet which is a trifold and my current favorite of all non-cloaked wallets. This is a DIY modification to a commercially available wallet made in eel skin.

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Nice Smile
Much neater then me.
Whats the spirt board card about? At first gance, I thought it was a Luna (?) card from OE.
Looks great regardless. Toss a pendulum in your other pocket, and you've got an exorcism to go lol.


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I own a Luna card but don't know how to use it. I just toss a laminated Ouija card into every wallet for aesthetics. I found some high quality images on-line, reduced them proportionately to business card size dimensions and printed and laminated them at FedEx.
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I know this is an old Thread on Peek Wallets. If you are familiar with the Ray Piatt caper case which is no longer made can you compare what other peek wallet closely does what the Caper Case did. If there is one that is similar to the workings of the Caper Case wallet.
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