His fine effort moved him up to third behind two Koreans, Lee Jae Jung and Hwang Sung Hyun occupying first and second positions with 1571 and 1550. Wu dislodged team-mate and second perfect gamer, Joshua Chow out of the top bracket.
Michael Mak of Hong Kong, who was the early leader after posting the first perfect game and had slipped
down to eighth position, came close to making it back into the top bracket but registered 1528 for sixth behind India's Dhruv Sarda in fifth with 1530.
Third perfect gamer, Adrian Ang of Malaysia headed the mixed pool with 1477 while the cut at 18th position was occupied by 2016 Indonesia Open champion, Ahmad Muaz of Malaysia with 1429. With five squads remaining until 10.30pm, the cut could rise up to 1450.
Round 1 Masters finals is schedule for tomorrow and Round 2 finals on June 24. The top 16 Asian men and top 16 Asian Women from their final positions will qualify for the 2017 ABF Tour Macau leg, which will be held on June 25.