"The lanes have also been kind to me and it worked out just fine. I knew I could beat Arna (Jonsson) again especially after yesterday's match and that confidence allowed me to make good shots." After pocking the top prize of US$50,000, Barrett added another US$12,500 as champion. Jonsson, who outclassed third-seed, Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., 289-223 in the first stepladder match, again settled for first runner-up to take home US$7,5000.
Rash earned US$5,000 as second runner-up. Jonsson and Rash made the cut for the stepladder finals after finishing 232 and 223 to AJ Johnson's 211 in a three-way one-game tie breaker after accumulating 6 points a piece in the earlier Round-Robin matchplay finals.
Barrett topped the round with 9 points. Johnson, Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and Nick Pate settled for US$2,500 each for finishing 4th to 6th positions respectively.
In the women's division, 2019 World Women's Championships Team gold medallist, Maria Rodriguez of Colombia clinched her maiden WBT Finals title with a convincing victory over challenger and second-seed, Liz Johnson of USA, 252-234 in the championship match.