A billiard tournament will be held in the heart of the Bay Area for the first time.
The Heartland Billiards League opened the first billiard tournaments in the city’s Chinatown on Saturday, but has been struggling to find enough players to fill them.
The league, which opened its doors at 9 a.m.
Saturday, will have eight tables and one bar, and the first players will be paid $5 each, according to the League’s Facebook page.
It will have a $20 entry fee for the tournament.
The players will receive a wristband that will allow them to enter the tournament only for $1 each.
The League is trying to make up for lost players during the winter by offering a $10 entry fee and a wristbands.
The League also will be offering discounted admission for those who attend the first two sessions of the league’s first billiords tournament, which will be played Friday and Saturday, the league said.
The first billiology tournament will take place on Saturday and Saturday.
A second billiology league will be opened in Los Angeles next week.
The city of Berkeley also plans to hold a billiory tournament, the Berkeley Public House said in a press release on Saturday.