Meanwhile topseed, Wang Ya-Ting needed only one match to win the crown, 188-183 against challenger and sixth-seed, Pan Yu-Fen in another all-Taiwanese finals. Pan had ousted second-seed, Tsai Hsin-Yi and third-seed, Huang Chiung-Yao, 202-138-159 to face the Wang in the final.
The first runner-up sailed past fourth-seed, Wang TIng-Wen and fifth-seed, Su Shu-Wen, 219-182-156 in the first Ladies' Open Masters stepladder match. The champion pocketed NT$80,000 (approx. US$2,600) for her effort while the first and second runner-ups settled for NT$40,000 and NT$20,000 respectively.
Wang Ya-Ting won the Round 2 finals earlier with 3353 ahead of Tsai in second with 3350 and Huang third with 3348. Wang Ting-Wen, Su Shu-Wen and Pan made the stepladder finals in fourth to sixth positions with 3213, 3166 and 3162 making yet another all-Taiwanese finals.