I see now that you've added a rule about balls being spherical. Since no ball is perfectly spherical, I think it would be better to require that the surface of the balls should be smooth. I don't think that the requirement for the balls being the same size is necessary. Being of varing sizes does not greatly effect the difficulty and I don't want to restrict the rules more than they need to be. Thanks.
Thanks Ma-ann Pacion, but as Suresh has said, his record conforms to all the rules. If you deny his record then you must also change the rules. If you don't have access to the original rules that I suggested then I can send them to you. You could perhaps just add 1 additional rule to say that the surface of the balls should be smooth.
Suresh's record is impressive, but not the same as my record. My balls are completely smooth and free to roll against each other, which means that I have to correct for the roll as well as keeping the stack upright. However, this record does conform to the current rules, which is why I would have preferred to keep my original rules instead of the standard record setter balancing rules, which don't even state that the balls must be spherical. I tiny indentation in one of the balls makes this trick much easier.
Very impressive. I'd like to know more about the permitted tee length as the regulations are ambiguous. The standard size is 2.125", but up to 4" is allowed in golf. So what is the maximum length allowed for this record?
Thanks Jenn :-) . I haven't even tried this yet. I'll try with a UK note first and perhaps the rules will be changed to allow it by the time I've learnt it. How much folding is allowed? I notice that Kip has a big fold in his most recent video. What if I rolled the note into a long thin tube?