Full name
Jan. 27, 1979
Bislig, Philippines

Bugsy Promotions, Tiger Products
Tiger Cues
2019 Year in Review
$31,520 24th
$3,480 1st 2019 Houston Open
$6,500 2nd US Open 10-Ball 2019
$4,000 3rd DCC 2019 10B Challenge
$2,000 3rd DCC 2019 Master of the Table
$3,950 4th DCC 2019 9B Div.
$2,700 4th DCC 2019 1P Div.
$1,400 4th 7th Annual Steinway Cl.
$1,900 5th DCC 2019 14.1 Challenge
$1,100 7th DCC 2019 9B Banks Div.
$600 7th US Open 8-Ball 2019
$525 7th 7th Big Tyme Classic Main Event
$1,000 9th Predator Grand Finale
$315 9th Beasley Custom Cues Open 9-Ball
$150 13th 2019 Bogies Classic 9-Ball
$150 17th Midwest Bar Table Classic
$1,750 33rd U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship

 Dennis began playing billiards at the age of 8 in the house of his grandfather which was located in a remote town in Surigao Del Sur, on the island of Mindanao. At night he would sneak away to practice his skills while his grandfather was sleeping. Dennis’s prior job used to be a fisherman before he tried his luck in billiard. Dennis would expand his skills by playing games throughout different towns by finding means to travel and giving up many nights of sleeping.

He joined Bugsy Promotions in 2004. Dennis’s sheer determination and love for the game earned him the monicker  “Manila Money Game King". In the one month that he has been in the USA for the IPT qualifier, he won first place in the 2006 Open 9- Ball World Championship Bar Table Tournament in Oroville CA followed by the 2006 US Bar Box 8 Ball Title in Nevada. He has also placed fourth in the 2006 US Bar Box 9 Ball Championship.  He has been called the newest pool sensation in the US at that time. Since then, he now has several titles under his belt and in 2011 sealed his career with a world 8 ball title.

US Open 9-Ball Bar Table Championships - 2006

US Open 8-Ball Championships - 2006

World 8-Ball Championships - 2011

US Open 10-Ball Championships - 2012

China Open - 2012

Derby City Bigfoot Challenge - 2013