What Is Efren Reyes Worth?
Efren Reyes's Net Worth is $2 million
Betting from a youthful age, Reyes played three pad billiards in the 1970s. Subsequent to building up himself as a victor, he was found by promoters. This gave him the chance to contend in big-time competitions. However has, for example, Three-Cushion Billiards player Torbjörn Blomdahl vanquished him in his new diversion
Amid the 1980s, when Reyes was viewed as a top-class player in his country however not yet universally remembered, he went to the U.S. to hustle. Well, known legend asserts that Reyes earned US$80,000 in seven days; this accomplishment made him a people saint back home.
Reyes started winning various competitions in the U.S., Europe and parts of Asia. In this manner, he began to pick up consideration and acknowledgment around the world. Toward the begin of his profession, he utilized monikers to shroud his personality so he would be permitted to contend. By the mid-1990s, he had turned out to be one of the tip top players of the Philippines, nearby Jose Parica, and Francisco Bustamante.
Reyes’ distinction started when he won the US Open Nine Ball Championship in 1994 by overcoming Nick Varner in the finals. He was the primary non-American to win the occasion.
After two years, Efren Reyes and Earl Strickland were confronted each other in an occasion called the Color of Money, named after the motion picture. The occasion was a three-day race-to-120 test match of 9-ball. It was held in Hong Kong, with a champ take all prize of US$100,000. Reyes won the match 120-117. This was the biggest single-winning tote in a pool occasion.
In 2001, Reyes won the International Billiard Tournament. The occasion was held in Tokyo, with more than 700 players and an aggregate handbag of ¥100M ($850K). Reyes commanded the occasion and beat Niels Feijen in the finals 15-7 and earned the ¥20M ($170K) first prize. At the time, this was the greatest first prize in a pool competition.
In 2002 he won the $50K victor take-all International Challenge of Champions, crushing Mika Immonen in a choosing rack after both players split sets.
In 2006, Reyes and Francisco Bustamante spoke to their nation as Team Philippines in the inaugural World Cup of Pool. They vanquished Team USA, Earl Strickland, and Rodney Morris, to catch the title.
In 2009, the Filipino couple of Efren Reyes and Francisco Bustamante beat the German match of Ralf Souquet and Thorsten Hohmann by an exhausting 11-9 score to take their second title. This, together with the elimination round complete of the other Filipino group of Ronato Alcano and Dennis Orcollo, was the best execution by a host country in the competition’s history.
Efren Reyes Biography
Efren Manalang Reyes, OLD, PLH conceived August 26, 1954 in Pampanga in the Philippines. Famously known as Efren “Bata” Reyes and nicknamed ‘The Magician’, is a Filipino expert pool player.
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