The topseed started off the title match with three strikes-in-a-row to open up a gap of 48 pins as the Malaysian missed a single-pin spare in the opening frame follwed with two converted spares in the second and third frames.
Annop added three more strikes putting the match beyond his opponent. The Thai went on to cruise to a commanding victory, 246-153 to win his second international title since winning his first PBA title in Busan two months ago.
Syaffique had earlier earned a crack at the title after edging two Hong Kong nationals, second-seed Mike Chan and winner of the first stepladder match, James Lui, 225-214-218. Lui, who topped yesterday's Round 1 finals, ousted fourth-seed and compatriot, Jimmy Cheung and fifth-seed, Atchariya Cheng, 227-192-201 to move up the ladder.
Annop, who picked up the top prize of NT$250,000 (approx. US$8,200), had earlier topped the Round 2 finals with 1915, 115 pins ahead of Chan in second with 1800. Syaffique finished third with 1793 followed by Cheung in fourth with 1786.