As Wu stumbled to a lowly 170 in the fifth game, the Colombian took the opportunity this time round to move 9 pins ahead into the lead. 2014 World Men's Championships Doubles gold medallist, Park Jongwoo of Korea moved into contention taking up third while Jacobs slipped to fourth.
Gonzalez needed 242 or more to beat Squad 1 leader, Xander van Marzijk of Netherlands. Wu's task was made harder and would need 251 or more. Disaster struck the Colombian when he stumbled to 166 in his final game to end up second to Wu with 1297 and failing to make the top 4.
Wu finished with 215 for a total of 1337 to take up third overall behind Israel Hernandez of Puerto Rico, retaining second spot with 1361. Jacobs finished third in this squad with 1290. As a result of Wu's effort, a one-ball roll-off was held between Tobias Boerding of Germany and Thomas Larsen of Denmark after the pair tied fourth position with 1319.