Flux Deal

$18.00
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Flux Deal

18.00 usd

Magic download (video) by Alex Moffat ($18.00)

A diabolical switch that allows for the seamless and constant change of cards as they are dealt onto the table.

Flux Deal is designed for the most challenging tasks: Switch one card or many cards, cause cards to visually change, force cards, and more. The Flux Deal is great for mathematical tricks, gambling demonstrations, and transpositions. The possibilities are endless!

The deal is not only imperceptible, but indistinguishable. With practice, the switch will even fool you.

Alex Moffat has attributed years of research and development into the Flux Deal, borrowing inspiration from Lennart Green, Edward Marlo, and Gene Maze - just a few of the greatest inventors of card magic of our time.

We are proud to present this debut release from Alex Moffat and look forward to seeing where it takes your own magic.

 

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  • Ronald asks: Tutorial written or a download?

    • 1. Tony answers: It's a downloadable video tutorial
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  • Filip asks: My hands aren’t the biggest. Will I be able to do it?

    • 1. Jim answers: It will be very challenging to do with small hands. Sorry!
    • 2. Chuck answers: Can and is done all the time everyday by people who have "small" hands. Can you palm cards already?v Can you TENKAI?v Then your hands are big enough to do this.v
    • 3. Filip answers: Thank you very much. It was based on a review I saw here. Sure i can palm a card. ??
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  • ELKIN asks: What is considered small hands or normal hands?

    • 1. Chuck answers: Can you palm cards already? Do you use different variety of palms? Then your hands a???re big enough to do this.
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  • Angelo asks: Is this absolutely impossible to do if you have small hands?

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  • Robert asks: Must you be dealing while sitting at a table, in other words, is lapping needed to perform the switch?

    • 1. Ceri answers: You should know 1) not to ask that question and 2) know a bit more about magic so you wouldn't HAVE to ask the question!
    • 2. Brad answers: Lapping is not necessary to perform this :) You can deal the cards down in a participants hand if you want. The table is just the easiest because it offers a stable platform as well as allowing for lapping. I personally use this for table work but opt out of lapping as I am usually standing. Hope that is a better answer :)
    • 3. Garry answers: Check out this, which might be easier for smaller hands Takumi Takahashi, Hand Aces Production.
    • 4. Garry answers: Even better check out; Takumi Takahashi,??? ?aces top shot.
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  • David asks: My hands are not small but I don’t have long fingers like Alex does. Will that make it impossible for me to do?

    • 1. Brad answers: As long as you can palm cards in a secure way and have all your finger joints, you can pull this off just fine :) The move is difficult to master even with long witch fingers so don't be discouraged if you can't pull it off at first!
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  • John asks: How angle proof is this?

    • 1. Brad answers: I would say 180 to 270 depending on how you perform it. It is a tad angle sensitive but nothing that can't be worked through :D
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  • javier asks: Shim Lim and Leenhart Green perfomance a similar deal. Are they the same as Flux deal?

    • 1. Alex Moffat (creator) responds: Hello, the FD has key differences, it’s a 1 for 1 deal switch with multiple cards, allowing for lots of possibilities and solutions to card routines. Cheers, Alex
  • Thomas asks: Tenkai palm not a problem for me, but I've never been able to get the knack of Green's Snap Deal. Without spoilers, love know if this is a significantly new approach to the "change/transform while dealing" methods Green uses.

    • 1. Alex Moffat (creator) responds: Hi Thomas, see above response also. It will take a bit of practice, so like anything, it’s just a matter of time to get the feel and confidence to use.
  • Yves asks: This looks exactly like Lennart Green’s laser deal which have a variation that changes cards (also by Lennart Green). What are the differences?

    • 1. Garry answers: You mentioned Lenart Green. Check out, Takumi Takahashi, Hand Aces Producti??on and more. As Takumi Takahashi does the tricks by Lenart Green, either as some individual tricks, or you can buy a set of about ten routines, both downloads. Lenart Green is DVD only.
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Customer reviews for Flux Deal

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Anonymous

I got this and I love it, I already have a performance video of it up, I love the applications of this. I used this for a colour changing back routine. Great move.

 
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Anonymous

WOW! This is a killer utility move. A thing of beauty. The ultimate stealth weapon when you want to switch cards without anyone knowing. A new way to perform some of the great classics in magic; Ace Assembly, Two Card Monte, Four - Four Switches, Spectator finds the Aces and many more. Deal cards to the table as they morph before your very eyes... You'll swear it's CGI.



How good is this? Put it this way: I've never written a review before.... but this motivated me to start typing. I'd give it six stars if I could. Well done, Alex Moffat!

 
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Anonymous

Reasonably difficult, but well worth the effort. He offers a lot of different possible uses, and I'm going to work hard to get this a part of my routine as soon as possible.

 
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Anonymous

This is such a great magic trick and you will most definitley not be disapointed BUY IT NOW!

 
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Anonymous

The Flux Deal is worth it. So worth it! It's everything that it is claimed to be. I was anxious to purchase it, fearing it would be a very difficult move that would take tremendous practice. From my experience, it is a difficult move, but not as bad as some. Within one day I had the entire move down. It was still sloppy, but I already got the basics. This move is worth the price and the practice. It could change a lot of magic routines forever. Definitely will change mine. It opens up so many new ideas!

 
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Anonymous

This deal is a bit weird because you deal the opposite way you are used to, but don't think about that! To be able to change cards while dealing them is so powerful - I use it on a daily basis! I call this deal the BFDE (Best False Deal Ever). Its a little knacky but the teaching is great!

 
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Gregory

Excellent

 
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Walter

Nicely explained.

 
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Joe

Beautifully presented. I have always wondered how Eric Chien did what he did. Now one can only admire the superb skill with which these startling mysteries were accomplished. Definitely a magician fooler. Inspirational and makes one want to start practising straight away.

 
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Scott

RATE this is good Because there's no mention of Slydini In the credits look suspiciously like a cop and tikhon Palm like a helicopter card and lapping going on.

 
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Richard

This is not the first download accompanied by an onslaught of Anonymous early raves. My enthusiasm is tempered by a caveat shared with one of them: Although my fingers are of average to above average in length, I cannot reliably hold the "secret" cards in position. This problem is exacerbated by unusually dry skin. The Flux deal is fun to practice; however, even under the best possible conditions the set-up requires imaginative misdirection, the sleight itself is quite angly and best performed seated. That said, under ideal conditions, the Flux Deal allows miracles. But, as they say, is the juice worth the squeeze?

 
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Anonymous

I find the grip hard to execute because my forefinger isn't long enough to hold the cards steady. I can hold the cards with my middle finger but then its hard to execute the following move so I think it's only for people with big hands.

Flux Deal by Alex Moffat