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Mini Domino World Record Broken

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In the world of dominos, this is no small feat.

While setting up the giant displays, such as this amazing 22,000 domino display from May, is hugely impressive, dealing with the miniature versions - 1/80th the size and 1/100th the weight - is even more difficult, requiring a nerveless hand and endless patience.

But these German record breakers from Sinners Domino Entertainment clearly had what it takes as they created a 2,000 brick display to claim the official World Record.

We'd definitely want these guys on hand the next time we have a tooth taken out.

Watch the impressive action below.

[via Gizmodo]

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