Video: Guiness World Record House of Cards Gets Built…then Demolished!

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Who doesn’t love a world record attempt? Card stacker, Bryan Berg spent 44 days delicately and intricately building a house, or more accurately a hotel of cards modeled after the Venetian MacauCasino in China, one of the largest in the world. “It’s really like a real construction project because you have to engineer every single adjacency and every support that’s supporting everything above. And you know you can never sort of plan enough for what you’re gonna do, um, otherwise…you know what happens,” exclaims Berg. No doubt, he’s also got a world record steady hand.

To see the demolition…click on this youtube video by Reuters.

Thumbnail photo: cardstacker.com, video by diagonaluk, youtube


Photography by Skaie Knox, HomeJelly

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