Magician gets spectator to execute trick2m57s

Magician gets spectator to execute trick

Derek The Wizard is back on the streets in Chicago and this time he manages to share his magical talent with an amateur spectator. Check out @DerektheWizard for more! Music: "Theme for Harold var3" by Kevin MacLeod.

Blowing minds in Chicago with street magic1m16s

Blowing minds in Chicago with street magic

Derek the Wizard take his talent to the street and shows off an impressive trick using a simple deck of cards! Think you could figure out how he does it? Music: "Theme for Harold var3" by Kevin MacLeod. Check out more @DerektheWizard.

How to perform an amazing card trick4m22s

How to perform an amazing card trick

Derek the Wizard teaches us one of his favorite card effects using a standard deck of cards. Quickly learn it and try it out with your friends! Music: 'Welcome to the Show' and 'Perspectives' Kevin MacLeod.

Green screen magic trick transforms cards1m41s

Green screen magic trick transforms cards

Watch as magician 'Derek The Wizard' manages to seamlessly transform a line up of cards in front of a green screen. Can you explain it? Check him out @DerektheWizard. Music: 'Welcome to the Show' and 'Killing Time' by Kevin MacLeod.

Mini Grand Illusion Magic Trick1m32s

Mini Grand Illusion Magic Trick

Almost every magician envies the big illusions. Here Derek The Wizard shows you his grand illusion. @DerektheWizard Music: "Welcome to the Show" and "Big Mojo" Kevin MacLeod.

Magician shows us how to make easy money52s

Magician shows us how to make easy money

Ever wonder how to make some easy money? In this video Derek the Wizard shows you how its done with some quick hand work. Check out @DerektheWizard. Music: "Welcome to the Show" and "Theme for Harold var3" Kevin MacLeod.

 Magician Uses A Rubber Band That Disappears In The Blink Of An Eye35s

Magician Uses A Rubber Band That Disappears In The Blink Of An Eye

Do you love magic? Who doesn’t?! That’s why you need to see this video featuring a trick with rubber bands that disappear right in front of your eyes. A good magic trick will dazzle you, make you question your reality, your eyes, your general perceiving of the world. Well, we gotta tell you - this isn’t that kind of a magic trick. Watch Derek The Wizard as he pulls off an impressive disappearing act using rubber bands. Do not try at home, he is a trained professional! Magic tricks utilizing everyday items and just your hands is, to our way of thinking, more baffling than employing fancy canisters and such. We immediately suspect that the unusual item is specially made for a specific purpose. The trick depicted in this video genuinely uses only two rubber bands, and a tiny bit of sleight-of-hand. The magician displays the two rubber bands and proceeds to place one in each hand, tangle them together then to separate them. Then, he only concentrates on one of the rubber bands, stretching it as long as possible and putting it close to his nostrils. Now, we know what he is about to do and we wish him not to because it looks creepy and dangerous. You need to watch the entire video to discover the working of this easy trick. Tricksters say that this hoax is good for the sinuses actually. One a day keeps the doctor away. They must be joking, of course. This is called the rubber band up the nose. What the magician uses is rubber bands, we are not sure about the size but we thing size 19 is the perfect size to use. They can be on the wrist, in the hands, around the fingers - it doesn’t matter as long as the trick is successful. The bands are twisted away from the guy, he pinches them between his fingers, pulls on them and then put one in his nose. And as he sniffs up, he lets go of the rubber band so, like that. So the illusion of your head going up and the rubber band going back down is a perfect illusion. These are the steps: First stretch it out, twist it away from you, pull it between your fingers, put it around your nose and as you sniff you let go like that. And basically why a bunch of rubber bands is used, because it is called the camouflage principal in magic. So when he shoots back it looks like, it just looks like you have a bunch of rubber bands and you don't know if it's the same one you pulled off or whatever it is. And this is a really fun item, it's a great way to gross out your friends. So go out there and make some new friends, all right. That's the rubber band up the nose. Magic tricks are awesome. Especially if no one can figure out your fraud. Magicians are not perfect, even they can have bad days when their trick is revealed and the crowd is not pleased. But this man in the video has shown some good magic skills when performing a ring trick. What's the most impressive magic trick you've ever seen?

Step-By-Step Mind-Blowing Rope Illusion Magic Trick2m06s

Step-By-Step Mind-Blowing Rope Illusion Magic Trick

Opinions vary among magicians on how to categorize a given effect, but a number of categories have been developed. Magicians may pull a rabbit from an empty hat, make something seem to disappear, or transform a red silk handkerchief into a green silk handkerchief. Magicians may also destroy something, like cutting a head off, and then "restore" it, make something appear to move from one place to another, or they may escape from a restraining device. Other illusions include making something appear to defy gravity, making a solid object appear to pass through another object, or appearing to predict the choice of a spectator. Many magic routines use combinations of effects. This guy however takes it to a whole different level, simple if you would. All he has is one rope, or two, or one. Well, Ether way, this illusion trick is very interesting to watch and the end result is actually pretty incredible. Check out this incredible rope illusion by Derek, The Wizard. He'll keep your eyes glued to the screen with his flawless magic! The most impressive part is that this is an independent routine which he created and figured out from scratch. If you have ever found your self wondering on how such tricks are done, this is the perfect occasion for you to see, from a very close perspective how this guy does it. That's if you can actually keep up with his hands. Ether way, a jaw dropping performance by Derek. Take a look!