Largest Playing Card Structure By Bryan Berg – Guinness World Records

Factober.com-Largest playing card structure BRYAN BERG 10 MARCH 2010 Guinness World Records

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July 26, 2020

BRYAN BERG Made The Structure in 44 Days

It’s a replica of The Venetian® Macao, The Plaza® Macao, and Sands Macao. Its size is 10.39 m (34 ft 1.05 in) long, 2.88 m (9 ft 5.39 in) tall and 3.54 m (11 ft 7.37 in) wide.

Bryan Berg Factober.com-Largest playing card structure BRYAN BERG 10 MARCH 2010 Guinness World Records

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Created by Bryan Berg (USA) in Macau, China, on 10 March 2010. Bryan Berg is known as the best card stacker in the world. His grandfather introduced him to this field when he was 8 years old. He didn’t taught him much, but, at least gave him some inspiration which later helped him win the praise for his, “Largest Playing Card Structure.”

Website: https://www.cardstacker.com/

Bryan Berg achieved this title in 44 days. He completed the construction of the structures using 218,792 cards. When an interviewer asked him whether he considers card stacking as a hobby or an art, Bryan replied,

“Lots of different definitions exist for the term “art”. I guess my creations are “state-of-the-art”, at least in the little world of card stacking. And in that sense, I’ve made an “art” of it.

The very nature of card stacking is artistic because it requires a certain artistic and creative energy to pursue such an undertaking. Building a massive house of cards is very much like painting a picture or playing a musical instrument…it all comes out of a need for expression. I also believe that card stacking is an ancient activity, as old as cards themselves.” Source

World Record Holder Bryan Berg Factober.com-Largest playing card structure BRYAN BERG 10 MARCH 2010 Guinness World Records

Image Source: Card Stacker

Largest Structures Built by Him

Tallest: 25 feet; 2000 decks; Berlin, Germany; 1999; two weeks to build; 250 pounds of cards; 27 inches square at the base.

Largest: 3000 decks in the form of Cinderella’s Castle; Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida; 2004; 24 days to build; 12 feet square; 14 feet tall.

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