Lalisang settled for sixth position with 1850. Two other Indonesian men, Billy Mohammad Islam and Yeri Ramadona, who needed big games in order to make the cut, were unable to do so in the highly contested Round 1 finals and ended up in 23rd and 26th position respectively.
The top 18 advanced to Round 2 finals joined by the three local and three overseas seeded qualifiers. They will contest Round 2 finals from scratch and the top 6 with a highest pinfall will proceed to the Stepladder shootout finals.
Meanwhile, Thailand's Kantaporn Singhabuboha won the Women's Open Round 1 finals with 1759. Malaysia's Hee Kar Yen finished second with 1732 while Korea's Lee Hyeon Gyung stormed home to clinch third spot with 1711.
Kim Hyun A of Korea and early pace-setter, Chan Shuk Han of Hong Kong rounded out the top 5 with 1710 and 1667 respectively. Indonesia's only women finalist, Novie Phang made the cut for the next round in 9th position with 1598.
Macau's Hui Tong squeezed into the next round in 12th position with 1547 as Nattida Sertluecha of Thailand missed by 4 pins finishing 13th position. Defending champion, Radin Nur Najwa of Malaysia failed to get into her strides and ended in a disappointing 23rd position.