Both the finalists, Mohammed Kamel and Khaled Al Dubyyan of Kuwait, had nothing separating them in the first four frames of the title match but when Khaled failed to spare the single pin 10, Kamel went in front, by just four pins.
Despite doubling up in the sixth and seventh frames, Khaled still trailed his fellow compatriot by 4 pins. Both marked their eighth and ninth frames to take the match to the last frame.
Khaled ended the match first with a spare in the tenth and strike in his bonus frame to give the Kuwaiti a score of 190. Although Kamel spared his last frame, he had only knocked down 6 pins which meant he had to strike in his bonus frame to force a ninth and tenth frame roll-off to break a possible tie.