The Filipino hardly got a chance at the table as he committed one foul and one safety error, leading to the German cue artist running out the table in dominant fashion.
Filler would go on and beat Ko Pin-Yi, 7-3, in the semifinals and Lo Ho Sum, 9-6, in the Finals to take home the $25,000 prize.
Orcollo bagged US$3,750 (around P195,000) for making it to the final eight.
It was a tough end to Orcollo's campaign after earlier taking down Eklent Kaci, 7-4, in the prelims and defending champion Alex Kazakis, 7-0, in the Last 16.
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