Tiny Ring by Tenyo

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Koudai Iwatou
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Tiny Ring by Tenyo

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 29th, 2022, 4:15 am

Hello, my friends.
I performed "Tiny Ring" which was sold in Tenyo before.

[Magic] Tiny Ring
https://youtu.be/ksLB078y95g

By the way, this is gold plated, but I would like to make an original ring with brass one day.
Has anyone made a linking ring by himself?

If you enjoy it, I am glad.
If you like, please subscribe to my channel.

Regards,

Koudai.

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Re: Tiny Ring by Tenyo

Postby Tom Gilbert » January 29th, 2022, 7:03 am

Nicely done!

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Re: Tiny Ring by Tenyo

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 29th, 2022, 6:43 pm

Tom Gilbert wrote:Nicely done!


Thank you. It is very encouraging for me.

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Re: Tiny Ring by Tenyo

Postby Dave Le Fevre » January 30th, 2022, 3:51 am

I loved watching that.

The initial link, where a ring falls off the fingers, is one that also looks good with the somewhat-bigger mini rings. However, I never see anybody use it with full-sized rings - trying to visualise it, I guess it wouldn't really work well.

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Re: Tiny Ring by Tenyo

Postby Richard Kaufman » January 30th, 2022, 11:57 am

Created by Toru Suzuki.
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Re: Tiny Ring by Tenyo

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 31st, 2022, 1:41 am

Dave Le Fevre wrote:I loved watching that.

The initial link, where a ring falls off the fingers, is one that also looks good with the somewhat-bigger mini rings. However, I never see anybody use it with full-sized rings - trying to visualise it, I guess it wouldn't really work well.


Thank you. It is true that a small ring may perform better on the first link.

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Re: Tiny Ring by Tenyo

Postby Koudai Iwatou » January 31st, 2022, 1:42 am

Richard Kaufman wrote:Created by Toru Suzuki.


Thank you for the additional information. Added to video overview!

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Re: Tiny Ring by Tenyo

Postby KHC » March 29th, 2022, 2:46 pm

Great performance Mr Iwatou. Your initial reboxing of your cards threw me a bit, as I thought the cards had something to do with the linking rings routine. I suspect you made that box for your cards, thereby allowing you to segue way into the ring routine (by use of that hook). Being curious, I looked up Tiny Ring on Ebay...they range from ~$250 to $330. Yikes...not "tiny" in price!

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Re: Tiny Ring by Tenyo

Postby Koudai Iwatou » March 30th, 2022, 9:46 am

Thank you, Mr. KHC.
As you said, it is more natural to combine it with magic using cards.
It was originally priced at about 30 dollars, but the price has gone up.
Even if I look for it in Japan, it will cost about 100 dollars.
We are hoping to resell it.


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