Troup also posted a big game of 269 to take over second spot as Kawazoe stalled with 197 and slipped down to third. Williams and Kent stayed behind in fourth and fifth. There was no stopping the left-handed Malaysian as he romped home with another superb game of 286 to win the round with 1457.
Kawazoe recovered with 251 to claim second spot with 1400 while Troup settled for third with 1381. Hong Kong's Wu Siu Hong stormed home to snatch fourth position with 1375 while Kent competed the top 5 with 1374.
Yannaphon, Johnson, Williams, Team USA member, Chris Via of Springfield, Ohio, and sixth perfect gamer, Greg Young of USA rounded out the top 10. Bill O'Neill of Longhorne, PA., finished 11th with 1275 while Osku Palermaa of Finland secured the last spot for the next round with 1274.
Round 2 winner, Barnes, who was in tenth position before the final game, ended with a disastrous 179 and failed to make the cut finishing in 14th position with 1267. Sithiphol Kunaksorn of Thailand also missed the cut by 2 pins finishing 13th.