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4643 clicks; posted to Video » on 11 Nov 2013 at 3:10 PM (2 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

INSANE Domino Tricks! (Hevesh5 & MillionenDollarBoy)

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Millionendollarboy and I spent over 3 months creating this awesome domino trick screenlink! There are between 20,000-25,000 dominoes total. Enjoy watching the neat effects and make sure to subscribe to both of our channels if you want to see more! Hevesh5:

Note: This style of domino video is called a "screenlink." Each clip is created separately, then edited together to make it look like one long setup. The first half are my clips (built in USA) then at 1:35 it switches to millionendollarboy's (built in Germany.) This was a collab video so it was impossible to do one take, not to mention how much floor space and dominoes would be needed.

Hey! I'm Hevesh5 and I am a professional Domino Artist. I design and build intricate domino setups and chain reactions for your entertainment and for commercial projects. Be sure to subscribe if you want to see more domino videos :) I usually upload on Saturday afternoons!

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Business inquiries/contact ► HeveshFive(at)

Music: "Made in NZ" produced by DJ Smack
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