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What It Looks Like to Topple 2,000 Mini Dominoes for a New World Record


"Could have made this record impossible."

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There are some stunning domino setups out there and nothing is more satisfying than watching them fall down one after the other in perfect succession. This, however, is a domino display of a different variety.

The set up by Sinners Domino Entertainment, a group from Germany, recently was awarded space in the Guinness Book of World Records for toppling 2,000 "mini dominoes."

A mini domino, if you're wondering, is 80 times smaller and 100 times lighter than the traditional tile.

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Due to their size, setting up the pattern was not easy and came with a few frustrating moments, but the team was eventually ready for the big push.

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Watch this video of the accomplishment:

One thing to note, though it would be impossible to tell from the video due to the music, is that the dominoes made "almost no noise," Sinners Domino Entertainment said.

In the comments, they also pointed out that they had to "run this record attempt without [an] audience since each small vibration or air draft could have made this record impossible."

(H/T: Gizmodo)

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