Annop went on to strike in the ninth frame and picked up his bonus frame with a spare to seal victory while Lui was unable to recover from his costly mistake. The champion pocketed the top prize of NT$250,000 (approx. US$8,000).
Lui, who had earlier dispatched second-seed and compatriot, Ernest Kwok and winner of the first stepladder match, Lee Tak Man of Macau, 237-172-221 in the semi-final, took home NT$120,000 as first runner-up.
Lee, who defeated fifth-seed, Chen Kuan-Yeh of Chinese Taipei and sixth-seed, Atchariya Cheng of Thailand, 215-192-193, settled for NT$60,000. Kwok, Chen and Atchariya earned NT$40,000, NT$35,000 and NT$25,000 respectively.
Annop topped the earlier 8-game Round 2 finals with 1911. Kwok finished second with 1822 and Lui third with 1791. Lee, Chen and Atchariya made the stepladder finals in fourth to sixth positions. Singapore's Basil Dill Ng missed the cut by 45 pins finishing in seventh position.