Thailand's Yannaphon Larpapharat, who was second yesterday 1334, slipped down to fourth overall. 2019 World Women's Championships Singles gold and Masters bronze medallist, Danielle McEwan of USA occupied seventh position reserved for the top female player outside the top 6.
The top 7 will earn two byes and automatically advance to Round 3 finals. 25th Asian Championships Trios silver medallist, Khaled Aldubyyan, who rolled the second 300 in Squad 5, occupied the eighth position reserved for the top Kuwaiti qualifer not in the top 7.
Indonesia's Billy Muhammad Islam, who rolled the tournament's first 300 in Squad 5, finished in the second bracket in 14th position with 1306 behind his compatriot and Squad 4 leader, Ryan Lalisang in 13th position with 1307.
Perfect gamer number 7, Bandar Alyabh of Saudi Arabia, headed the second bracket with 1314 followed by fifth perfect gamer, Callum Borck of Australia in tenth position with 1312. Nick Pate of USA and a second Qatari, Abdulrahman Aljaidah tie 11th position with 1311.