Gill recovered with two superb games of 223 and 245 to take up second spot while Otalora added 235 for third spot and Park still in contention in fourth. Lalisang needed 223 or more to overhaul third-seed Muhd Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and 211 or more to overhaul fourth-seed, Dan MacLelland of Canada but ended with 202 for a total of 1340.
The Scot needed 235 or more to beat the Malaysian and 223 or more to beat the Canadian, but managed only 214 to tie with Lalisang on 1340. Larpapharat stormed home with a big game of 268 but missed the Semi-finals cut, 9 pins behind MacLelland despite topping the final squad.
American Squad 1 leader and perfect gamer, Andrew Anderson of Holly, Michigan remained unbeaten to advance to the Semi-finals as topseed with 1473. His Team USA team-mate and Squad 2 leader, Kyle Troup also remained unbeaten with 1368 to give USA a one-two finish.
Third-seed Ismail will face Troup in the Semi-finals while fourth-seed MacLelland will face Anderson in the other Semi-finals match, scheduled for December 1. The winners of the Semi-final matches will square off in the Final for the gold while the losing semi-finalists will take home a bronze medal each.