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[quote] On 2012-02-17 16:22, John Mazza wrote: My first Tenyo was Dynamic Coins packaged as Marvin's Magic. It was being demonstrated at Harrods in London when I was on vacation in the mid 90's. I remember trying it on the plane and thinking something was missing (Tenyo employees talk about this). That was my first magic trick purchased as an adult. I would buy tricks when I went on vacation. Bought some in Boston (not Tenyo). I would always describe what I liked and wanted. Tricks with gimmicks and gadgets. I didn't want to pay for just routines. After seeing the Lance Burton Magic Show in Las Vegas in 2003, I went to the Magic Shop outside the theater and told the magician what I liked. He immediately showed me Crystal Cleaver and identified Tenyo to me. I then went to another shop in LV to see what other Tenyo I could by. I always knew what kind of tricks I liked and now I knew that Tenyo was making them. I came home and order about 20 tricks from Magic Legends, Hank Lee, Tannens. I bought some Tenyo here and there over the years, but something in October got me interested again. Then I found Stereo's site and made a list of all the great performers that I didn't have. I started getting them and then the disease started to set in. I went from getting just the great ones, to every one, to every one not opened, to every one not opened in English packaging. I think the key is not letting the disease get to a point where you are just collecting and not performing or playing with them. Right now I am buying many, the postman is a daily visitor, but opening and trying a lot of them too. AA [/quote]
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