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aligator
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I assume from the dimensions of this product that switches unfolded monopoly money as the length of each paper money is ever so slightly less than that of a playing card. What I need to know, however, is how many( stacked) of these paper bills could one safely stack (giving an appearance of several bills) without giving away the secret. The reason I ask is that this product is advertised as ultra thin and I need to switch a number of this monopoly paper money. Please forgive the typos - my keyboard is acting up.
Bob Johnston
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There is no way "O'Connell" could know how many bills a person will try to stack in a Thin wallet. I use one of his Himber wallets and love it.

It is like asking how many people can you get in your car. It will probably work out for you; the wallet, not the car. I do an Al Schneider routine and use about 10 5$ bills with no problem.

Bob
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