Louw rounded up his second block with 220 and 225 to remain the leader with 2806, 200 pins ahead of his nearest rival and the first player to register a 6-games series surpassing the 1400-mark. Finland's Niko Oksanen flew home with 256 and 245 in his last two games to snatch second spot with 2606.
Alsaqer fizzled off with 178 and 184 to slip down to third on 2578 while Morig and Lee completed the top five with 2566 and 2556 respectively. Vezis finished sixth with 2552 and Lalisang settled for seventh position with 2515.
Singapore's Eugene Yeo, Sloan and Bahrain's Ahmed Alawadhi rounded out the top 10. The biggest mover was John Janawicz of USA, from 37th position overnight to take up the cut position of 24th with 2387, averaging 198.92.
The men will resume with their third block of another six games tomorrow morning while the women will complete their third block in the afternoon. The players will round off their four blocks of qualifying on November 21. The top 24 men and top 24 women with the highest pinfalls will advance to the next round.
Photos by Terence Yaw in Palembang, Indonesia.