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Amateur YouTube sleuth reveals Derren Brown’s lottery numbers trick
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An amateur magician claims to have exposed Derren Brown’s lottery numbers prediction trick on YouTube and has become an internet hit.
Last week millions were astonished at Brown’s illusion where he appeared to predict the right lottery numbers live on TV.
SEE CYRIAK HARRIS’S DERREN BROWN LOTTERY NUMBERS PREDICTION VIDEO BELOW
He performed the trick while staying on one half of the screen, away from displayed lottery balls until he turned them around and revealed the numbers.
But film-maker Cyriak Harris has shown the trick was down to split-screen magic. He claims a seemingly amateur jolt of the camera was the moment the screen split into two, with one half a frozen shot of the displayed balls.
An assistant then changed the balls to show the right numbers, he claims in The Sun, behind the mask of the still image.
Brown promised to reveal how he did the trick on Friday but claimed it was all down to ‘pure maths’.
Now half a million people have tuned into Harris’s solution for the answer.
He said: “I watched last Wednesday’s show then tried filming it on my own next day.
“It’s a classic trick used in bank heist movies – put a still image in front of a security camera while they crack a safe.”An amateur magician claims to have exposed Derren Brown's lottery numbers prediction trick on YouTube and has become an internet hit. ]]>