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Watch 22,000 Dominoes Topple in 100 Seconds

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We didn't know there was such a thing as a professional domino artist, but now we know there is, we're changing jobs immediately.

To celebrate his 200,000th subscriber on YouTube, the unbelievably talented Hevesh5 created this astonishing domino display, featuring 22,000 of the bricks. He set the whole thing up himself, in his own living room; it look over 25 hours over 5 days, but surely we can all agree that it was totally worth it.

Watch, and prepare to be utterly mesmerised below; if you prefer a scene of chaos becoming perfectly ordered, you can watch it in reverse here.

You can follow Hevesh5 on YouTube here

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