A Really Big House of Cards
NewsAndTribune.com reports on a very large house of cards built in Indiana:
He's built a replica of Cinderella's Castle for Disney and the Venetian Macao Resort Hotel, both of which he earned world records for completing.
Now, at Horseshoe Southern Indiana, Bryan Berg's next piece is the skyline of Louisville, all from about 1,000 decks of cards.
Berg has built card houses since he was about 8 years old and broke his first world record by the time he was a senior in high school. Now 39, the Santa Fe, N.M. resident continues his tour of skylines for Horseshoe Casinos.
"When I go in there, I really, really have to turn on another part of my brain," Berg said. "It's not like I'm really thinking about it, it's just kind of like when you're driving a car. You signal without thinking about it, if you drive a stick, you shift without thinking about it. When you're doing this, I don't even have to think about whether I should be looking at my feet. I've just learned the hard way that you really have to pay attention to business."
Horseshoe Southern Indiana has another look at Berg's incredible structures: