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How much does Efren Reyes make?

How much does Efren Reyes make?

Reyes claims to have earned $80,000 in a single week, making him a folk hero back in the Philippines. Reyes began winning a number of tournaments in the United States, Europe and parts of Asia, garnering attention and recognition worldwide.

How old is Efren Bata Reyes?

67 years (26 August 1954)
Efren Reyes/Age

How rich is Efren Bata Reyes as of today?

Efren Bata Reyes Net Worth

Net Worth: $2 Million
Date of Birth: Aug 26, 1954 (67 years old)
Gender: Male
Nationality: Philippines

Who is the best billiard player of all time?

Top 10 Best Pool Players Ever

  1. Efren Reyes. Nicknamed “The Magician,” for his ability on the pool table many pool analysts, players, and fans consider Efren Reyes as the best pool player in the world.
  2. Willie Mosconi.
  3. Earl Strickland.
  4. Rudolf Wanderone.
  5. Ralph Greenleaf.
  6. Mike Sigel.
  7. Luther Lassiter.
  8. Johnny Archer.

Who is the best billiard player ever?

How many times has Efren Reyes won the World Championship?

Among his numerous titles, Reyes is a four-time World Eight-ball champion, the 1999 WPA World Nine-ball Championship winner, a three-time U.S. Open winner, a two-time World Pool League winner, and a 14-time Derby City Classic winner.

Where was Efren Reyes born and raised in the Philippines?

In addition to pool, Reyes has played international billiards, specifically one-cushion and three-cushion . Reyes was born in Mexico, Pampanga in the Philippines on August 26, 1954.

How did Efren Reyes become famous as Cesar Morales?

At the start of his career, he used aliases such as “Cesar Morales” to hide his identity so he would be allowed to compete. Reyes became internationally known at the U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship in 1994. Having finished third in 1985, he defeated Nick Varner in the finals and became the first non-American to win the event.

When was Efren Reyes inducted into the Hall of Fame?

Reyes became the first Asian to be inducted into the Billiard Congress of America’s Hall of Fame in 2003. He was also inducted into the One Pocket Hall of Fame in 2004. Reyes was appointed Philippine Sports Ambassador for the 2005 South East Asian Games.