You are Invited to a Pinball Tournament and Party for the Benefit of Pinball Visionary Python Anghelo

Play Your Heart Out

Play Your Heart Out
photo credit: Al Warner

Date: March 22, 2014
Doors Open: 2:00PM
Pre Tournament Practice: 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Tournament Time: 3:00PM - 7:30PM (last tee-off at 6:30PM)
Party/Freeplay Time: 7:30PM - 11:00PM
Location: Newport Beach, California (address will be provided upon registration)
Why: To raise money to support Python Anghelo who is battling cancer.
Tournament Format: Pin Golf, 6 holes per course. $20 per entry (50% to Python, 50% to the pot)
Side Tournament: 1-ball, $1 per play. 100% to Python, prizes awarded to players
Do I have to compete to come?: No! Please come support Python and hang out with other local pinball enthusiasts!
What Should I Bring?: A potluck item to share with the group, Whatever you can afford as a donation for Python
RSVP: RSVP or register by 8:00PM PST March 21, 2014
How to Register or Get More Information?: click here for more information and registration


Prizes have been generously donated by Pinball Inc, Stern Pinball, Jersey Jack Pinball, Pinball Life, and Planetary Pinball


We will have a very small cache of Python's limited edition artwork for sale. This artwork is signed and numbered. In addition to pinball artwork, we have some of Python's fine art pieces available for sale as well (giclee on canvas). All proceeds will go to Python.
Circus Pinbot
Bad Cats Bride of Pinbot


Play Your Heart Out Tshirts will be available for sale at the event. These Tshirts will include the logo of a heretofore unseen Python designed pinball. All proceeds will go to Python.


Thank you to Pinball Inc, Stern Pinball, Jersey Jack Pinball, Pinball Life, and Planetary Pinball for donating prizes. Mark Guidarelli donated his time, talent, and materials to create the awesome prize plaques. Karl DeAngelo created the registration/RSVP website and will coordinate the tournament. Jordan Cooper screened the T-Shirts and donated them to sell at the event (proceeds of course go to Python). Thanks to IFPA for sanctioning the tournament and the partial WPPR points (shared with the fine folks who competed in the great Casey's Mancave Tournament last weekend). The machines have been repaired and tuned for your playing pleasure by Daniel Buenrosto, Jordan Cooper, Chris Enright, Kevin Glass, Nick Kovalevsky, Doug Kist, Brian Millard (from MN!), Nate Ortega, Brent Stoddard, Laura Stoddard and Robert Van der Velde.


Registration/RSVP must be completed by March 21, 8:00PM PST