Lalisang, who tied sixth spot with Basil Ng of Singapore before his latest attempt, improved his lower 3-games series of 693 with a stunning 782 series taking his 6-game tally to a whopping 1492 and the lead.
Although the Indonesian topped Men's Open Masters Round 1 finals of the 45th Thailand International Open in April, he ended up in fifth despite making the stepladder shootout finals. Overnight leader and first perfect gamer, Muhd Jaris Goh of Singapore settled for second with 1486.
Lalisang's compatriot, Hardy Rachmadian slipped down to thrid on 1482. Two Singaporeans, Timothy Tham and Joel Tan occupied fourth and fifth positions with 1441 and 1438 while sixth position went to a third Indonesian, Yeri Ramadona with 1434.
Billy Muhammad Islam also secured his spot in the finals 12th with 1391 while Diwan Rezaldy occupied second in the Mixed Pool with 1386. Leading Philippines' challenge were 2017 champion, Kenneth Chua, who led the local pool with 1483, ahead of Kenzo Umali and Merwin Tan in second and third positions with 1433 and 1426 respectively.
Joining the trio for Round 2 finals were Frederick Ong, Jonas Baltasar and Emerson Gotencio in fourth to sixth positions. The top 6 qualifiers in the overseas pool and top 6 qualifiers in the local pool will earn a bye and advance automatically to Round 2 finals.