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PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2011 3:03 am 
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2011 PREDATOR INTERNATIONAL 10 BALL CHAMPIONSHIP
MANILA - PHILIPPINES
THE SINGLE ELIMINATION SEMI FINALS
Mika Immonen

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Dennis Orcollo

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Orcullo Delivers for the Philippines! Champion of the Predator Championship

Dennis Orcullo ended the Philippines long drought of fruitless wins when he defeated double world champion Mika Immonen in the finals of the Predator International Championship. Orcullo started the event off on bad footing when he dropped an embarrassing 9-3 loss to Japan's Yukio Akagariyama, but won 8 consecutive matches in a row to claim the 11 years ongoing Predator crown.

The day started off with the final four players. The last westerner was Mika Immonen of Finland, alongside 2 Chinese pros in Liu Haitao and Wu Jia Qing, and last Filipino standing Dennis Orcullo. Immonen and Orcullo had to defeat their Chinese counterparts in order to stop an all Chinese finals.

Mika started off his match super strong playing fast and perfect. Before long he built a 7-3 lead. But Mika then became too cavalier in his choices going more offensively and failed to protect his lead. Liu played steady with accurate potting to climb back until he took the lead at 8-7. In the final games Immonen went back to using his more knowledgeable experience to regain the lead and out defensed Liu in the final game to receive ball in hand and run out for the 10-9 thriller.

"I was playing so well and looking at the score saying to myself how did it end up being so close?!", said Immonen after the tight victory. That win was the third "hill-hill win by 1 game" win he had in the event.

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Of course! Only the best deserves the best! Congrat Mr. Orcullo for winning the Predator Championship! And for breaking the odds once again. M A B U H A Y !

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1. Dennis Orcollo (APBU) PHI
2. Yukio Akagariyama (APBU) JPN
3. Ronnie Alcano (APBU) PHI PHI
4. Darren Appleton (EPBF) GBR GBR
5. Chris Melling (EPBF) GBR GBR
6. Huidji See (EPBF) NED NED
7. Jung Lin Chang (APBU) TPE
8. Lee Vann Corteza (APBU) PHI
9. Thorsten Hohmann (EPBF) GER
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:12 pm 
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Orcollo to compete in Nat'l Pool Championships
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MANILA, Philippines - Current world number 1 Dennis Orcollo will showcase his talent in the tough National Pool Championships of Billiards and Snooker Congress of the Philippines (BSCP) starting Monday at the Star Billiards Center in Grace Village, Quezon City.

Orcollo said he is looking at bagging his first national title this year.

Orcollo believes that winning the National Pool Championships will give him a morale-boosting victory in search for another elusive crown after winning the Predator International title last month.

"Talagang pinaghaandaan ko itong National Pool Championships dahit isa ito sa malalaking tournament, na bukod sa malaking premyo ay pwede kong gawing training ground para sa pinaka-target ko, na maging double world champion," said the Surigao del Sur native.

Orcollo became the 3rd Filipino in 8 years to rule the World 8-Ball Championship, clobbering the Netherlands' Neil Feijen, 10-3, for the 2011 crown at the Fujairah Exhibition Center in the United Arab Emirates last February.

The National Pool Championships will be divided into 3-events for the men's championship: 8-ball (October 3-5), 9-Ball (October 6-8), and 10-Ball (October 9-11).

The women's division will be contested in one disciple - 10-Ball (October 6-8).

Other Filipino cue masters who are competing in the National Pool Championships are Jundel Mazon (2010 Guinness Champion), the recently crowned Jogjakarta 9-Ball champion Victor Arpilleda, former world 9-Ball runner-up Roberto Gomez, world number 14 Carlo Biado, Armando Cagol, Russian Petiza, Karl Andrew Mandrique and 2011 Philippine Junior Pool Champion Jonas Magpantay. By Marlon Bernardino

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 03, 2011 11:32 pm 
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Orcullo, De Luna make marks in National Open Pool opener
Reynaldo Belen, InterAKTV · Monday, October 3, 2011 · 11:16 pm

The favorites in the National Open Pool Championships took different paths on Monday as Dennis Orcullo and Jeff de Luna kept their perfect records and stayed on the winner’s bracket.

Orcullo, the world’s No. 1 player and reigning World 8-Ball champion, went through a wringer before pulling off a tough 8-7 decision over veteran campaigner Edgar Acaba in the elimination stage of the 8-Ball event.

“Nag-scratch lang sya nung huli, although malas talaga ako ngayon. Hindi maganda yung mga tira ko,” Orcullo told InterAKTV.

With the score tied at 7-all, Acaba had a golden opportunity of pulling off the biggest upset win of the tournament but he scratched the cue ball while going for the break in the 15th and final rack.

It was the moment Orcullo had been waiting for as he easily dispatched balls 1 to 8 to finally pull it through despite struggling for most of the match.

Orcullo, a strong contender for the World Pool Association Player of the Year award, was trailing 3-5, as he couldn’t get his breaking game going. He had a scratch and a dry break, but slowly got his game going after the 12th rack when he led for the first time, 7-6.

A dry break in the 14th rack allowed Acaba to get back at the table and cleaned up the lower balls to level the count at 7-all and set up an exciting finish.

But the last break proved to be the most decisive and Acaba’s fortunes changed when he scratched the cue ball. He never got a chance to return to the table as Orcullo sank balls one after another to wrap up the match.

De Luna, up-and-coming Carlo Biado and young star Renemar David also kept their streaks going, winning their first three matches.

The power breaking De Luna capped his big run in the tournament by whipping Mario Tolentino, 8-3.

Biado, one of the two main stalwarts of the Bugsy’s Promotion stable of businessman/sportsman Perry Mariano, and David, a former junior standout, pulled off tough decision victories over their respective rivals to stay on the winner’s side.

David upset former world pool runner-up Roberto Gomez, 8-7, while Biado nipped John Salazar, 8-7.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 11:12 pm 
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Orcullo, Cuartero enter semifinals of National Open Pool 8-Ball event
Reynaldo Belen, InterAKTV · Wednesday, October 5, 2011 · 8:19 am

For the second straight night, Dennis Orcullo found himself teetering on the brink of defeat.

And once again, he found a way to win.

Orcullo banked on his rich experience – and a little bit of luck – to pull off a gripping 8-7 win over Ricky Zerna in the 8-Ball event of the National Pool Championship on Tuesday night at the Star Billiards Center.

Zerna had two chances to put away Orcullo and complete a huge upset win.

But the virtually unknown player had a dry break in the 13th rack, allowing Orcullo to complete a run out. In the 14th, Orcullo had another run out, setting up a decision.

Breaking in the final rack, Zerna had one more opportunity to get the job done, but he had another dry break and Orcullo wasted no time sinking balls No. 9 to 14 and finally the 8-Ball to march to the final four.

“Marami akong dry break kaya hindi ko makuha ang laro ko, buti nagkaroon din siya ng dry break nung dalawang huling sargo niya,” said Orcullo, a strong candidate for this year’s World Pool-Billiard Association Male Player of the Year.

Orcullo joined Allan Cuartero, who shocked another tournament favorite in Carlo Biado, in advancing to the next round.

Cuartero, an Overseas Filipino Worker working as house pro in Kuwait, rallied from 3-6 down before pulling off an upset win over Biado, the Philippines’ rising star and a semifinalist in this year’s World Ten Ball Championship in Manila.

“Ang hirap manalo, pero suwertihan rin kasi yung 8-Ball. Medyo alam ko na rin yung adjustment na gagawin ko,” said Cuartero. “Hindi ako bumitaw agad kaya nagawa kong makahabol at manalo.”

Games of the National Open Pool Championships will be shown from Oct. 9-11 on AKTV 13.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 11:13 pm 
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Biado stuns Orcullo, meets Cuartero for National Open Pool 8-Ball crown
Reynaldo Belen, InterAKTV · Thursday, October 6, 2011 · 12:33 am

In the game between the present and future of Philippine Pool, Carlo Biado showed the reigning world No.1 player that his time is now.

Biado stunned current World 8-Ball champion Dennis Orcullo, 8-5, in their semifinals duel of the 8-Ball event of the National Open Pool Championships on Wednesday at the Star Billiards Center.

Oozing with confidence after shutting out Johann Chua in their quarterfinals match, 8-0, Biado was able to dictate the tempo of the match against the hottest player in pool.

But the young Biado, who is part of the stable of businessman/sportsman Perry Mariano, attributed the outcome to the breaks of the game.

“Malas siya sa sargo. Tatlong beses siyang nag-dry break eh,” said the up-and-coming star, who made it as far as the semifinal round of the World Ten Ball Championship in Manila last summer.

This is not the first time Biado has defeated Orcullo. During their last meeting in the WTBC, the young player eliminated the veteran player to earn a ticket in the final four and boost his world ranking.

In beating Orcullo, Biado will meet a familiar foe – Allan Cuartero – who defeated the Biado on Tuesday night, 8-7.

“Gusto ko yung tsansa ko kay Allan, pero hindi tayo sigurado sa kanya dahil beterano na rin yan,” added Biado.

Cuartero, an Overseas Filipino Worker, who works as a house pro in Kuwait, went through a wringer before edging Ricky Zerna in another exciting match.

Zerna came close to reaching the semifinal round trouble free on Tuesday night by nearly shocking Orcullo only to lose in a hill-hill encounter, 8-7, after failing to capitalize on the two breaks.

Against Cuartero, pressure caught up on Zerna once more as he missed the last ball No. 8, allowing his rival to escape with the win – and a seat in the finals.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2011 11:23 pm 
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National pool tilt: Cuartero sizzles, continues streak in 9-Ball event
Reynaldo Belen, InterAKTV · Friday, October 7, 2011 · 12:05 pm

Already a finalist in the 8-Ball event of the National Pool Championship, Allan Cuartero continued his winning ways in the opener of the 9-Ball event on Thursday night at the Star Billiards Center.

The pool house pro from Kuwait survived Richard Alinsub in another hill-hill match, 9-8, to extend his winning streak to eight in this qualifying tournament for the World Pool Summit to be held in Manila next month.

Other players he defeated in the first day of the 9-Ball event were Judy Villanueva (9-6) and Jeffrey Diaz (9-7).

Booted out of the race for the 8-Ball crown, reigning world No.1 player and current World 8-Ball champion Dennis Orcullo started his campaign in the 9-Ball on a winning note.

Orcullo, nicknamed “The Robocop,” won his first three games to stay on the winner’s side.

His latest victory came against former junior standout Marvin Tapia, 9-4, signifying his strong intention of winning the 9-Ball crown and keeping in contention for the grand championship.

Perhaps the most bitterly-fought match in the 9-Ball competition happened between Jerico Banares and Jeff de Luna. The two players engaged in a controversial match in the 8-Ball event after Banares filed a protest after disputing a referee’s call.

Like in their previous outing, Banares, a former national junior pool champion, pulled off a tense 9-7 win over the power-breaking De Luna for his third straight win in the 9-Ball event.

Other players who remained undefeated were Ramil Gallego, Edgar Sibuco, former world pool runner-up Roberto Gomez, Reyne Cruz and Arvi Tanega.

Carlo Biado, a finalist in the 8-Ball event, started his 9-Ball campaign losing to De Luna, 9-3, but came back by winning two straight games – against Ramon Mistica, 9-5, and Ryan Maglasang, 9-7.

The National Pool Championships will be aired on AKTV from October 9 to 11.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 08, 2011 11:12 pm 
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Orcullo, Banares book outright semis berths in national pool 9-Ball
Reynaldo Belen, InterAKTV · Saturday, October 8, 2011 · 12:35 am

Dennis Orcullo is back to his winning ways while Jerico Banares is playing nearly perfectly.

The two players booked outright seats in the semifinal round of the 9-Ball event of the National Pool Championships on Friday night by winning all their five matches at the Star Billiards Center.

Orcullo, the world’s No.1 player and reigning World 8-Ball champion, capped his amazing run in the 9-Ball event by snapping the four-day winning streak of Allan Cuartero, 9-5, in the quarterfinals.

The win gave the man known as “The Robocop” to the final four of the event, which serves as a qualifying tournament for the World Pool Summit.

“Pakonti-konti, nakukuha ko na yung laro ko. Maganda pocketing ko ngayong araw and minalas naman si Allan,” said Orcullo.

Cuartero, who works as a pool pro in Kuwait, had won his first eight matches since the tournament started on Monday. He is already assured of a finals seat in the 8-Ball event where he will face Carlo Biado, a rising star from the stable of Perry Mariano’s Bugsy Promotions, on October 9.

But even after the loss, Cuartero is not yet out of contential, although he was relegated to the loser’s bracket and will await the winner of the Dodong Andam-Biado match.

From a tight match up to the 10th rack, Orcullo began to pull away, winning three straight racks and reaching the hill at 8-4.

Cuartero managed to salvage a game in the 13th, but Orcullo wouldn’t be denied as he wrapped up the match after 14 racks.

Banares, on the other hand, played like a man on a mission. He won his first five matches capped by a near-flawless performance against Roberto Gomez.

Banares, a former Philippine junior champion, nearly swept Gomez, a former world pool runner-up, 9-1.

The youthful cue artist from Antipolo City also had a similar game against Jeff de Luna, whom Banares nearly swept, 9-1, on Thursday night.

Renemar David, another pool rising star, and Regie Geronimo, pulled off contrasting victories in the losers’ bracket to keep their hopes alive for the other two semis berths.

David whipped Reyne Cruz, 9-6, while Geronimo edged Arvi Tanega in a hill-hill encounter, 9-8.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 08, 2011 11:12 pm 
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Orcullo, Biado book national pool 9-Ball finals date
InterAKTV · Saturday, October 8, 2011 · 6:58 pm

Not content with reaching the finals of the 8-Ball event of the National Pool Championships, Carlo Biado also booked a seat to the championship round of the 9-Ball event on Saturday night at the Star Billiards Center in Quezon City.

Biado whipped former national junior pool champion Jerico Banares, 9-4, in the semifinal round.

Biado, a caddie-turned-pool player, advanced to the final round where he meets the hottest player in the international circuit: Dennis Orcullo.

Orcullo, the reigning world No. 1 and current World 8-Ball champion edged Roberto Gomez in an exciting hill-hill encounter, 9-8.

In the final game, Orcullo pocketed the blue No. 2 ball. After then sinking the No. 1, he shot a combination with the No. 3 and No. 9 for a quick kill in the final rack.

The win, however, didn’t come easy for Orcullo, who had to come back from a 7-6 deficit against Gomez, a former world pool runner-up.

Gomez made a crucial error in the 14th rack when he scratched the cue ball while going for the No. 5.

“Nagkaroon ako ng tsansa doon, kaya nagkaroon ako ng pagkakataon makabalik,” said Orcullo.

Both players traded runouts in the next two racks, but Orcullo had the chance to break last.

Orcullo will now face Biado, a younger rival who has defeated him twice over the past five months, at the World Ten Ball Championship quarterfinals and the semis of the 8-Ball event in this competition.

“Gumaganda na rin talaga ang tira ni Carlo ngayon,” said Orcullo. “Precise yung mga pocketing niya.”

The National Pool Championship, which serves as a qualifying event for the World Pool Summit next month, will be aired on AKTV. The finals matches of all the disciplines — the 8-Ball, 9-Ball and 10-Ball — will be aired beginning October 9, Sunday, from 12 noon to 4 p.m.

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Biado cops first major title, bags national 8-Ball crown
Reynaldo Belen, InterAKTV · Sunday, October 9, 2011 · 10:06 pm

The long wait is over for Carlo Biado.

The 27-year-old pride of Pangasinan claimed his first major title, ruling the 8-Ball event of the National Pool Championship on Sunday at the Star Billiards Center.

Biado ran roughshod over Allan Cuartero, 9-3, to pocket the champion’s purse of P50,000 and boost his bid for the grand championship, where the winner will receive P200,000.

Also a finalist in the 9-Ball event, where he is scheduled to face world No.1 and current World 8-Ball champion Dennis Orcullo on Monday, Biado is a strong favorite to win the grand championship. The 9-Ball finals will be shown on AKTV from 12 noon to 4 p.m.

In winning the 8-Ball event, Biado also earned a ticket to the last major event of the World Pool-Billiard Association –- the World Pool Summit — to be held in Manila next month.

“Yung maging champion talaga ang objective ko, matagal na,” Biado told InterAKTV. “Akala ko nga mananalo ako ng championship dahil nakapasok ako sa semis ng World Ten Ball and tatlong world champion yung tinalo ko sa isang araw.”

Biado was referring to victories he posted over Orcullo, former World 9-Ball champion Daryl Peach and Ronnie Alcano in the World Ten Ball tilt.

“Ito yung unang-una kong championship sa isang malaking tournament. Sana nga makuha ko rin yung championship sa World Pool Summit para naman may panregalo ako sa sarili ko sa birthday ko.”

Biado won in a surprisingly easy fashion.

Taking advantage of every dry break made by Cuartero, a pool house professional from Kuwait, Biado was able to pull away from the match.

Another dry break by Cuartero in the sixth rack resulted into a runout by Biado for a 4-2 lead. Biado then completed another a runout in the next rack to pad his advantage.

Cuartero salvaged a win in the next rack, but that proved to be the last time he could score as Biado had a string of points in the next four racks to complete the win. He pounced on Cuartero’s missed shot on the No.5 at the side pocket then made a clean up to finally seal the outcome.

“Mahirap kalaban si Biado dahil kung hindi ka makaka-run out, hindi mo siya tatalunin. Ang dami kong dry break kaya impossibleng manalo ako sa kanya,” said Cuartero.

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