The Taiwanese trio extended the gap over their nearest rival from 58 pins to 77 pins with a decent 593 at the start of the second block. The second Chinese trio of Li Qing, Fan Juanjuan and Yuan Yue rolled 574 to stay in second.
The other Chinese trio of Peng Rui, Kong Min and Zhang Yuhong managed 553 to trail their compatriots 28 pins. Korea's first trio of Choi Hyeon Ji, Hong Hyeon Jeong and Lee Hyeon Gyung, who was last in the first block, posted a stunning 622 to leapfrog back into contention and in fourth.
Chinese Taipei went on to end the block with 596 and 531 for a total of 3511 to secure top spot for the semi-finals and by a comfortable margin of 68 pins. The fight for the minor places was hotly contested amongst Korea 1, China A1 and A2 and the other Korean trio.
Korea 1 also ended strongly with 596 and 582 to book their place in the semi-finals with 3443. China A1 hung on to third position with 3380 despite rolling only 575 and 526 in their last two games.