2016 Hong Kong Open champion and last week's ABF Tour Macau first runner-up had posted 718 and 711 to moved into second spot of the top bracket with 1429, just four pins behind leader, Lee Tak Man of Macau with 1433.
Billy Muhammad Islam had qualified in fifth with 1406 but improved his lower 3-game series of with 773 to take over the lead with 1522, making him the only qualifier to surpass the 1500-mark. 2017 Philippine Open champion, Kenneth Chua of Philippines also improved to take over second spot with 1462.
Lee slipped down to third pushing Lalisang out of the top 3 bracket. A third Indonesian, Hengki Susanto completed the top 5 with 1411. Diwan Rezaldy was the fourth Indonesia to have secured their place in the finals with 1409, seventh in the overseas pool.
Others who are still making their attempts to join their team-mates were Yeri Ramadona, Hardy Rachmadian and Fahri Ibnu Askar. In the local front, 2018 Macao-China Open fourth runner-up, James Lui topped the standings with 1451.
Last year's Youth Open Masters champion, Ivan Tse rolled 1 3-game series of 770 to leapfrog into second spot with 1433 while ex-national Wicky Yeung, who rolled the tournament's only 300 so far, occupied third spot with 1409.