The 27 year-old Asian Championship Gold medalist easily won the first game 224-199 but lost the second to Yousef 187-204. In the third and deciding final game, Yousef amassed a 30-pin lead over Qattan by the 7th frame but Qattan came back strongly to string together 5 consecutive strikes to take the match 214-193 and the champion title for 2004.
Yousef Al-Jaber had earlier upset 1999 World Championship Masters Gold medalist, Ahmed Shaheen by knocking the latter out 2-1 to qualify to meet top-seed Abdullah Al-Qattan for the title. 3rd-seed Qattan had defeated 5th-seed Mubarak Al-Muraikhi 2-1 while 2nd-seed Ahmed Shaheen ousted 4th-seed Mohammed Jamal 2-1 in the earlier matches.
In the playoff between Mohammed Jamal and Mubarak Al-Muraikhi, Jamal won 2-1 to finished 4th with Mubarak taking 5th place.