As you can imagine, becoming a master in the art of sleight-of-hand is difficult and requires years of practice and dedication. Nate’s sleight-of-hand skills are now second nature, but for years he practiced 4-8 hours a day to improve his talent. However, the technical aspect is merely a portion of what makes an illusionist a great entertainer. Nate’s ability to interact with the audience and connect with spectators is what truly sets him apart.