Architecture Degrees Lead Bryan Berg to Second ‘Cardstacking’ World Record

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By Steve Delahoyde Comment

Currently making the rounds, and proof that you don’t necessarily need to use your architecture degree exactly as intended, in Las Vegas this week, Bryan “The Cardstacker” Berg just overcome his previous Guinness record for largest house of cards ever assembled to set a new record. The former student of architecture, who received degrees from Iowa State University and Harvard, had previously won the title in 2004 in Florida and “is the only known person to make a living building structures with freestanding playing cards.” Here’s video of his latest crowning achievement:

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