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Chinese Man Breaks Guinness World Record By Building 50-Story House Of Cards

A Chinese builds a 50-storey house of cards to break the world record.

In this digital era of OTT popularity, Card castle is better known as a political thriller airing television series than a card tower structure built by stacking playing cards.

Artists interested in card stacking, on the other hand, take it as a serious art form and strive to achieve new feats with each one.

A young Chinese has set a new world record for the fastest time to build a 50-story house of cards in just five hours and four minutes.

According Guinness World Records, card artist Tian Rui from Qingdao, east China’s Shandong Province, began the attempt at 9:20 a.m. and continued until 2:24 p.m. He completed the 50-level house of cards in 5 hours and 5 minutes. The house stood for more than 10 minutes. The height of the house is 3,375 meters.

The attempt was organized as part of the Guinness World Records Day 2022 celebrations.

According The Global Times, Tian Rui, challenger for the Guinness World Record for “building the tallest house of cards in 12 hours”, live-streamed the construction process on several online platforms.

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