Cue master Rubilen Amit
Rubilen “Bingkay” Amit is a 2-time World Pool-Billiard Association champion. Credits to Rubilen “Bingkay” Amit

Cebu’s Rubilen “Bingkay” Amit has claimed the Top 3 spot in Women’s World Pool Rankings (WPA) after her Silver Medal-winning performance at the 2019 World 9-ball China Open.

The Filipina cue master from Mandaue is Number 3 in the latest rankings released by the World Pool-Billiard Association.

Amit racked up a total of 10,573 points behind the top two positions occupied by Chinese nationals.

Rubilen Amit finished in 2nd place at the 2019 China Open held from September 5-8 in Shanghai.

Earlier in July, Amit also won a Silver at the 32nd Japan 9-Ball Open held in New Pier Hall in Tokyo, Japan.

The two silver-winning performances have pushed Rubilen Amit’s points to secure her third rank on the world pool-billiard rankings.

The University of Santo Tomas Accountancy graduate is a two-time WPA Women’s World Champion, winning the tourney in 2013 and 2009.

Rubilen Amit is one of the four-member women’s pool-billiards Philippines team at the 30th SEA Games to be held from November 30 to December 11, 2019.

Filipino champions in world pool-billiards, Efren Reyes and Django Bustamante, have popularized the sport in the Philippines.

Earlier this year, Carlo Biado also finished Top 2 at the World 9-Ball Championship in Qatar.

Filipino-Canadian professional pool player Alex “The Lion” Pagulayan also dominated the Dixieland Classic Tour in 2018.

SEND congratulations in the comments below to Rubilen Amit for her excellent showing in world pool games!

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