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Watch a triple spiral of 15,000 dominoes fall down

YouTuber Hevesh5 spent 25 hours setting up a colorful spiral using thousands of dominoes. Then they topple spectacularly.

Setting up an intricate domino run isn't easy. It takes a steady hand, hours of work and a lot of patience. Positioning dominoes in the perfect placement to create a spiral, mosaic or pattern -- often referred to as a "domino show" -- is an art form in itself.

YouTuber and talented domino artist Hevesh5 spent 25 hours over eight days building this massive triple spiral structure with 15,000 dominoes.

The viral video, which was posted on Saturday and already has almost 3 million views, shows step-by-step how this multi-layered triple spiral of dominoes was set up. Of course, after all that painstakingly precise work, the dominoes topple in a magnificent display.

"This is the third largest project I've ever built by myself," Hevesh5 says in the video.

Previously, Hevesh5 created an impressive domino tower with 241 layers using 3,242 dominoes, as well as other projects with glow-in-the-dark dominoes and even a tribute to Dr. Seuss.