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Welcome!

This website is intended to be a resource for anyone interested in the art of domino toppling. Whether you're a toppler yourself or just enjoy watching them fall, there's something here for everyone.

I've posted some domino toppling exploits that my brother and I have embarked upon, but these pages are really dedicated to you. I've received a lot of questions about where to find dominoes and unusual stunts to try. To answer all of these questions and many more, I'm attempting to assemble a compendium of domino toppling information to help both beginners and pros alike.

But this knowledge base can't grow without the shared experience of domino toppling enthusiasts around the world! So if you have any pictures, videos, websites, tips, or suppliers that you would like to share with others, please contact me and you'll be credited with adding to the toppling community.

A Little Something About Me

Everybody needs a hobby, and mine is domino toppling. I have to admit that it's kind of a strange endeavor. Other hobbyists like model railroaders, quilters, and coin collectors have railroads, quilts, and coins to show forever for their efforts. Domino topplers only get a few minutes of glory while several hours worth of work is falling down. After the action comes to an end, there's nothing left to show for your labor, and only the people who saw your chain reaction will ever know it happened. I think it's the same feeling demolition experts and motorcycle daredevils experience.

The only way to preserve your domino toppling activities is to photograph and record them. Pages with pictures and video of domino courses that my brother and I have built are listed under the "About Us" category. We've also taken our show on the road quite a few times. Read all about it under "Public Shows", then check out my other web sites.