What do Magic Castle and billiards have in common?

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Canyon Lake resident Anthony Riniti, also known as “Chef Anton,” two-time United States Trick Shot Champion of Pool, is offering free tickets to see his show at the world-famous Hollywood Magic Castle in Los Angeles.

Show dates are July 23 to 26. Anton will be performing his award-winning Trick Shot Show. Guests are reminded of the strict dress code and minimum 21 age limit.

Chef Anton also will be hosting meet and greet Beanbag Billiard Plus parties at his spacious home in Canyon Lake on July 18, August 1, August 8, August 22 and August 29, from 1 to 5 p.m., to introduce Canyon Lake residents to Beanbag Billiards.

Beanbag Billiards Plus features a 33-in-1 indoor/outdoor tossing game with portable, built-in storage compartment that converts to a cards/dice table with reversible chess, checkers and backgammon.

As the inventor of Beanbag Billiards, Anton has a Kickstarter campaign currently underway to raise $25,000 for its production. The sooner donors donate to the campaign, the bigger their discount will be on a Beanbag Billiards Plus game. The campaign is running through the end of August.

Anton welcomes donations as little as $5, saying, “Honestly it (the campaign) is not just about the money. It is about increasing awareness and building backers so Kickstarter will begin promoting us so we can bring this game to those who really want it.”

Those who order now will receive the game before the holidays, along with other “Chef Anton Holiday Stocking Stuffers” at huge discounts.

Review the Kickstarter campaign at KickStarter.com and search for “Beanbag Billiards” or go directly to his website at www.BeanbagBilliards.com.

For tickets to the Magic Castle or learn more about Chef Anton’s Beanbag Billiards parties, call 909-559-0735.

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