Known as “The Magician,” Efren “Bata” Reyes is one of the world’s most famous pool player alive today. He holds the record of being the first non-American winner of the US Open Nine Ball Championship and the first player in WPA history to win world championships in two different disciplines. Efren was propelled to international fame after defeating the likes of Earl Strickland, Mika Imonem, Marlon Manalo, Mike the Mouth Sigel, and Rodney Morris.
Filipino pool legend Efren “Bata” Reyes is alive and well. He isn’t dead. The 66-year-old world champion had a good laugh about the “fake news” of his death when his daughter Chelo Reyes posted on Facebook a video of the pool artist known as the “Magician”. ADVERTISEMENT. “Okay lang ako,” Reyes, who was all smiles and in his cheerful personality, said on the video post while watching the NBA game between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Dallas Mavericks.
Efren “Bata” Reyes is referred to as “The Magician” for his ability on the pool table. Efren claims that he could see the game eight moves in advance. In order to be a good pool player, one has to quickly see probabilities. Efren’s strength is his analytical thinking and skill in calculating his shots.
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