The champion had earlier defeated Hengki Susanto, 216-175 in the first all-Indonesia men semi-final match to advance to the final. Lee had to work extra hard winning the 9 and 10 frames tie-breaker over 2015 Macau leg champion, Michael Mak of Hong Kong, 39-38 when the duo tied at 226 in the other semi.
Lalisang also sailed past Sitiphol Kunaksorn of Thailand, 211-141 in the opening round before thrashing Isaac Russell of Malaysia, 247-202 in the second round.
Nadia won US$500 as the women's champion and Lalisang was awarded US$1,000 for his victory in the men's division. Mr Mahendra Wardhana, Organizing Chairman of the 13th Indonesia International Open presented the prizes and trophies to the winners.
The Indonesia leg is the fourth and final leg for women division. 2015 Macau leg champion, Veronica De Souza topped the rankings with 135 points ahead of Tannya Roumimper of Indonesia in second with 110 points and 2015 Hong Kong leg champion, Wendy Chai third with 108.
The top 16 women in the standings have qualified for the Tournament of Champions to be staged in Kuwait in March, 2016. Zoe Tam of Hong Kong is the cut in 16th position with 48 points.
The final leg for the men's division will be in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on December 8. Three Asian men, Aseel Al Roomi of Kuwait, Qatar leg champion, Ghanim Aboujassoum of Qatar ad Joshua Chow tied 15th position with 75 points each.
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Photos by Terence Yaw in Jakarta.