World famous comedy duo Penn and Teller are known for using their comedic magical twists to fool us. However, can they be fooled? This video proves that they too can get a little confused from time to time.
The legendary duo have been performing illusions since the 1970s. In their recent show, they challenged illusionists to perform tricks in attempts to fool them. If Penn and Teller could not explain the trick, the illusionists would win a trip to open for the pair at their world famous Penn & Teller Show in Las Vegas.
Steven Brundage did just that with his Rubik cube magic. Brundage performs several tricks with the 3D combination puzzle. Invented by Hungarian sculptor and professor, Erno Rubik, the puzzle has been baffling generations for years.
One person who seems to have mastered the cube is Brundage. There is one trick where we see Steven mix up the cube in twenty steps, and solves it in less than ten steps. He amazes even more when he puts one cube in a brown paper bag, snaps his fingers, and claims that it is solved. After Penn states his disbelief, he pulls the Rubik’s cube out of the bag completely solved.
Steven Brundage wows the crowd as he throws the cube in the air with one hand and catches it solved. Amazing! He mixes up the cube again, blows on it, in a fraction of a second, it is solved. Even more impressive, Steven mixes up the cube, puts into Teller’s hand, and claims that it is solved. After snapping his fingers, he reveals that he had completely matched the cube in Teller’s hand with the cube in his hand, all six sides.
Met with overwhelming applause, Penn and Teller admitted that they have been fooled. Steven Brundage, at the age of 24, has been practicing magic for half his life. Look out for this magician next time you’re in Las Vegas. He’s incredible!
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