The indefatigable American Brian Berg spent 44 days building the layout of Macau’s largest casino in China with playing cards.
The Venice Macau casino card copy is 10.6 meters long, 3 meters high and weighs 272 kg.
US citizen Bryan Berg built a copy of the world’s largest casino in the Chinese gambling center Venice Macau, the concept of which was developed by developers from Las Vegas.
For the manufacture of the model, 218792 playing cards or 4051 decks were used.
The current building of cards has exceeded the size of the Guinness Book of World Records house of cards built by Berg when he was 17
Brian Berg, who was an intern at Harvard, bettered his own previous record.
Venetian Macau is a huge entertainment center with Venetian-style palaces and canals. All of its buildings, hotels and casinos are also available as miniature maps. It is located on a small area inside the complex itself, not far from the noisy playground.
Representatives of the Guinness Book of World Records noted that it took Berg 44 days to create the model.
The largest house of cards was built in the Macau Special Administrative Region (MAAO) in China, which is also considered the largest resort in the world.