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Third Eye Peek

by Mark Stone
#3 Coins, Chips & Buttons author
#3 Mentalism & Spiritism author
$20

(1 review, 1 customer rating) ★★★★★

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Third Eye Peek by Mark Stone

#3 in Magic & Conjuring hot-list
#2 in Mentalism & Spiritism hot-list

Read what is written on a folded business card, sealed between two credit or gift cards and secured with criss-crossed rubber bands.

This is a full card peek that is easy to do. You can prepare this in minutes. The ebook has crystal-clear visual instructions.

Routine: A spectator is asked to think of a name or number or draw a simple picture on a business card, and then fold the card. The folded business card is sealed between two credit or gift cards, secured with criss-crossed rubber bands, and then placed aside. Under seemingly impossible conditions, the performer reveals what was in the spectator's mind.

1st edition 2023, PDF 9 pages.
word count: 1303 which is equivalent to 5 standard pages of text

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Reviewed by Christian Fisanick (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★   Date Added: Monday 23 January, 2023

Mark Stone's Spy Cat wallet is a favorite of mine. In the Spy Cat eBook, Mark shows you how to make an incredibly effective peek wallet, or modify an existing peek wallet to improve it, for a small price. Now he's released Third Eye Peek, a business-card peek that uses essentially two gift cards and two rubber bands. And it's excellent, super easy to make and, like the Spy Cat, super deceptive with no dodgy moves. Even if you're lousy with arts and crafts, you'll be able to make this peek device in less than five minutes because Mark holds your hand with clear instructions and color pictures. And when you're done, you'll have a small peek device that you can carry with you everywhere in your wallet.

There are so many new peek devices on the market, like POV, Room 66, The Peak, Blindz, and Slick, that all cost more. Some are good; some are not. If you're looking to peek a business card without using an expensive peek wallet, it's hard to beat this Mark Stone gem. It's simple, creative, and gets the job done. Highly recommended.

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