Nick Gallucci just finished the fifth and final level needed to become the world’s faster player at the video arcade game “Tapper
“Did I win?” he asked the official Guinness judge. “No,” the judge simply said.
At that moment, you could actually see the heartbreak through his body
language as he stared down helplessly at the floor, wondering if he had
the will — and a another quarter — to try again.
He came in third place.
This was consistent theme throughout the night at Barcade in Brooklyn,
New York, as Guinness World Records hosted a special event to give
anyone willing a chance at making history by setting new records at a
number of classic arcade machines.
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