Efren Reyes vs Dennis Orcollo, World 9-Ball Championship 2006 (L64)


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Published: 2 years ago
Last 64 match of the World 9-Ball Championship 2006 (Manila, Philippines) between Efren Reyes (Philippines) and Dennis Orcollo (Philippines).


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“One a legend, and one trying to be”

Way to throw shade at Orcollo

2 weeks ago

pesalwan diyamung baguk e orcollo.ot ttira ya Ken.

1 month ago

"That'll be enough of that, thank you." LOL

1 month ago

makala tabb can rack my balls any time

1 month ago

Does Orcollo stick his mouth over the cue?!

1 month ago

Once again, absolutely terrible camera work. They change the camera view right in the middle of a shot requiring viewers to readjust their perspective. Rule #1, never change the view while in the middle of viewing action..

2 months ago

Agreed, and way too many low angle shots vs. overhead

1 month ago

l love the referee

2 months ago

Camera work sucks.

3 months ago

Yeah I agree too to the commentators that there are some billiard players that can finish balls but the great billiard players are the ones who can control the cue ball....

3 months ago

the maestro vz the student

3 months ago

Goat

3 months ago

Juegan muy bien !

3 months ago

Wasn't that a fluke on the 9 ball?

3 months ago

two of the best of all time.. reyes and orcullo in their own era.

3 months ago

The pool Ref gets 2 travel hmmm a free trip?

3 months ago

Same pinoy ang nghrap s final nkkawang gana hehe

4 months ago

The 4 ball rack 3 was a great shot

4 months ago

14:07 Thats exactlly what you dont do, you relax until the 9 ball is in the pocket

4 months ago

Puta ang galing nun karambola pa yun 9

6 months ago

That ref is some kinda hot. Looks Scandinavian.

7 months ago

Michaela Tabb

5 months ago

Google > Brit

7 months ago

Bad shot nkanganga si dennis haha

7 months ago

Makala Tabb is just beautiful,makes pool so nice to watch

8 months ago

Yep ... An oasis on the desert

2 months ago

After is all said and done about Efren, he is a strange fella. He appears as a loner, but he is not. Efren has a family, a wife, and a son. He has no other hobby or life besides pool and some times a card game here and chess game there. You have never seen either the son or wife accompany him to a match or in the audience watch him in a match. Indeed a strange fella.

8 months ago

nice guy
focus
hardwork
gifted

2 weeks ago

"Distractions." Haha. Watch some Filipino money games on YT. There are literally chickens wandering around while guys play for $5,000

10 months ago

this so damn true rofl

3 months ago

Ok na sana kaya lng tuwing titira nkanganga pa...hahaba parang tilapya lng hahahaha

11 months ago

maryann galpo ok lng un kesa maging kasing taba m

6 months ago

On the break Efren made that sunk the 9, yes he did look disappointed. It seems Efren has a big heart towards young up and comers that he likes. If he's up a number of racks ahead his opponent, why not "miss" a few shots and give them a chance to show thier stuff. Efren is a champion many times over in this game, so giving a talented player a boost of confidence by allowing him to get comfortable on the big stage, and in doing so furthering his young career, might make him feel pretty good. Efren may win in the end, but at least he wasn't a bully about it. Respect Efren.

11 months ago

I noticed that too, and you can see that at 50:30 he wasn't too happy about making the 9 ball on the break either. So you can clearly see that he was trying to give Orcollo a chance

3 months ago

when you're playing someone like reyes, with alternate breaks, any lead is hard to overcome. not like with winner breaks.

1 year ago

so you are saying Reyes is easier to beat with "winner breaks" ??

7 months ago

BANGAA NI DENNIS ORCOLLO

1 year ago

that table seems rather generous .

1 year ago

Low humidity

2 months ago

No match!

1 year ago