Antonio Lining

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Antonio Lining (born May 9, 1963 in Mindoro, Philippines) is a Filipino pool player, nicknamed "Nikoy." He is one of the few left-handed Asian players.

Lining's most notable appearance was in the Motolite International Nine-ball Tournament in 2000, where he finished second to Francisco Bustamante. Prior to that final, Lining bested Efren Reyes in the quarter-finals.[1]

At the 2002 Busan Asian Games, Lining and Bustamante won the gold medal at the nine-ball doubles event.[2]

From there, he has only made small appearances in later events and had some success, especially in events that were held in Japan.[not specific enough to verify]



  1. ^ Motolite Tournament Results Archived April 25, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ "After Busan, Django Wins In Baltimore". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 11 October 2002. Retrieved 18 April 2011. 

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