Trick Shot Tim Proudly Supports the Billiard Education Foundation

Tim Chin


October 14, 2012 (Englewood, CO):  World-ranked trick shot artist and entertainer, Tim Chin, also known as “The Dragon,” is no stranger to giving. His insightful website has been a wealth of knowledge for trick shot enthusiasts for many years. It includes trick shot videos, tutorials, and even a forum. The MIT grad also believes in the importance of higher education. The modest Chin has a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering.

“The Billiard Education Foundation (BEF) lets kids engage in pool as an organized, extracurricular activity, an option I never saw when I was growing up. It's important for kids to have the opportunity to develop their skills in this type of environment while also maintaining an emphasis on school and education, which have been very important to me. Donating to BEF is one way I can help support the next generation of pool players, fostering their growth both on the table and in life,” said Chin.

“The BEF counts on donations and pledges from generous supporters like Tim. Every dollar raised goes to support the annual Junior Nationals and our junior players. Our sport needs more ambassadors like Tim!” said Samm Diep-Vidal, Executive Director for the BEF.

Tim Chin is available for exhibitions, instruction, and events. Visit for everything you ever wanted to know about trick shots.

The Billiard Education Foundation ( is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that produces the annual Junior National Championships, provides scholarships for young players, sends junior players to the World Junior Championships and promotes Pool in School programs to encourage lifelong participants.