Rachmadian lost the first match, 204-277 against Sweden's Pontus Andersson but bounced back with a 238-184 win in the second match to take the tie to a third deciding match. The Indonesian edged the Swede, 217-213 to win 2-1 and advanced to the next round.
On the other hand, Lalisang breezed past Colombia's Manuel Otalora with a 2-0 victory (246-204, 205-170) to join his compatriot in Round 2. 2008 World Ranking Masters champion and 13th-seed, Jari Ratia of Finland was the standout averaging 245 when he dispatched Shogo Wada of Japan, 2-0 with 214-203, 277,216 to advance to the next round.
Canadian Mitch Hupe averaged 211 but had to go into the third deciding match. Hupe took the first match, 221-201 against Yannaphon Larpapharat of Thailand but lost the second match, 184-194. The Canadian bounced back with a superb 258-224 in the decider for a 2-1 win.
Trios bronze medallist, Mattias Wetterberg of Sweden survived with a 2-1 win over Oliver Morig of Germany. Defending Masters champion and a second Canadian, Francois Lavoie breezed past Nicola Pongolini of Italy, 2-0 to join Hupe in the next round.