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Peter Cuddihy
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I was just wondering what people who bought this think of it.

I haven't seen it reviewed anywhere.

Can anyone give me advice as to whether it is worth buying?

Thanks in advance for your reply.
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Yes, it's definitely worth buying. It's an inexpensive and improved version of one of the best tricks you can do with paper currency.
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Richard,

Thank you for your reply.

I would also like to especially thank the Café member who sent me a very positive reply privately via a PM yesterday morning.

Time was of the essence here as I was visiting New York for only a few hours yesterday and Fantasma Magic had the effect on sale as its "Deal of the Week."

I have the Patrick Page version and love it.

Tenyo is known for quality.

So, I thought that this effect might be a good one to get since it built on something I already owned and enjoy.

However, I value the opinions of those who collect Tenyo effects and wanted to factor same into my decision.

I did buy the effect yesterday and look forward to opening the box, setting it up and learning it.

Thanks again, gentlemen!

Sincerely,

Peter Cuddihy
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Peter, while the effect is self-working in the sense that no sleight of hand is used, it must be practiced to keep the stack of bills and gimmick "neat" so the edges don't spread.
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Richard,

I took it out of the box today to look at the gimmick.

Very clever indeed!

It was not what I expected.

It became apparent to me that after I get my hands on some brand new $10.00 bills, I will need to line things up very carefully which goes hand in hand with your advice about carefully practicing the handling in front of a mirror.

I am glad that I made the purchase.

Thanks for advice.

Peter Cuddihy
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Tenyo's instructions are generally very good, so make sure you read them two or three times to get all the details. Keeping the edges of the folded packet squared takes care.
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Mines in the mail, excited to practice!
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Richard. Don't you mean Slight of hand?
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Doesn't "slight of hand" mean "small hands?"
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Okay small issue here. I bought mine, took forever to show up. After Amazon picture and ad saying its for us $ , I got the 10000 yen version. So of course I can't read the instructions and secondly the paper is to big and has//is set up for yen. I messaged seller and the just credited me and said keep it. Any one able to private message me or post here and help me figure out how to still use it? 😃
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If you need the version for American or Euro bills, you'll just have to buy it again. Buy from a reputable seller so the same thing doesn't happen again. There is a sticker on the boxes of the version for US and Euro bills.
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