The Indonesian trio got off to a splendid start with 676 in their opening game to lead the strong first Canadian trio of Dan MacLelland, Francois Lavoie and Mitch Hupe by 23 pins. Denmark's Mike Stampe Dan Ostergaard-Poulsen and Jimmy Dan Mortensen was third, just one pin adrift.
Doubles Semi-finals topseed of EJ Tackett and Andrew Anderson teamed up with Kyle Troup also started off well with 639 for fourth with France and Singapore keeping pace. Indonesia added another fine 673 in the second game to extend their lead to 48 pins.
Canada shot 648 to remain in second. Sweden's first trio of Markus Jansson, Pontus Andersson and Peter Helstrom rooled a superb 676 to take up third spot with the Danes slipping behind the Team USA.
Lalisang, Islam and Rachmadian ended the first block of three games with 652 to seal top spot with 2001 and averaging 222. Team USA stormed home with 727 to snatch second spot with 1984, just 17 pins behind the Indonesians.
Sweden came home well with 660 to finish third with 1952, a further 32 pins away. Thailand's Annop Arromsaranon, Napatra Buspanikonkul, who rolled a stunning 700 in their second game, finished off with 619 to take up fourth with 1908.