World champion Dennis Orcollo is on a roll in the US circuit as he bagged two more titles in Reno, Nevada.
Orcollo whipped American Corey Deuel in the championship round to rule the 20th US Bar Table Championships Men’s 10-Ball Division held at the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino.
The 35-year-old Surigao del Sur native pocketed a whopping $4,550 top purse while Deuel settled for $2,600 consolation prize.
Former double world titlist Ronnie Orcollo placed fourth for $1,200 while Francisco Bustamante wound up ninth ($300), Jose Amang Parica placed 17th ($175) and Warren Kiamco ended up 25th ($150).
In the 9-Ball Division, Orcollo finished second after losing to American Shane Van Boening in the finals. Nonetheless, Orcollo had $2,800 while Van Boening took the $4,700 champion’s prize.
Parica is in ninth ($375) while Alcano is in 13th ($275) and Bustamante in 25th ($150).
Earlier, Orcollo went undefeated in topping the 15th US Open One Pocket Championship held at the same venue last week. He defeated Deuel in the semifinals (4-0) and Van Boening in the finals (5-3) and grabbed the $5,700 winner’s prize.
Overall, Orcollo has seven titles this year including the Derby City Classic 2014 Master of the Table, Derby City Classic 2014 9-Ball Banks Division, Derby City Classic 2014 14.1 Challenge, 2014 Jay Swanson Memorial and The Action Report 38.