- 8-Ball Championship: semi-finalist (2004)
- 9-Ball World Cup: Victory (2004)
- U.S. Open (9- Ball): Victory (2005)
- WPM: Victory (2008)
His first major success was winning the World Cup Trick Shot Pool in 2002. A year later he was in the final of the 9-Ball Championships, where he Thorsten Hohmann but had to admit defeat of Germany itself. The following year, 2004, however, he made it again to the finals and won against the Taiwanese Chang Pei- Wei.
In 2005, he was also able to win the 29th edition of the U.S. Open 9- Ball, which is only three, not from the USA, players before him succeeded. Also in 2005, he won with the Philippine team gold at the Southeast Asian Games.
In 2008 he won the World Pool Masters, having already once reached the final in 2006.
- 2008 World Pool Masters
- 2007 World Summit of Pool
- 2006 Philippine national championships
- 2005 Philippines Snooker Team Gold Medal, SEA Games
- 2005 U.S. Open ( 9- Ball)
- 2005 Derby City Classic 10 -Ball Ring Game Champion
- 2004 WPA 9-Ball World Cup
- 2003 Joss Tour Grand Final Winner
- 2002 World Pool Trick Shot Champion
In 2012 he was nominated as the reigning national champion in the Canadian Snooker Association as a player for the Snooker Main Tour; however, opted not to participate.