The Hong Kong national bowler responded with four consecutive strikes of his own to reduce his gap to 15 pins. Yueng could put pressure on his opponent had he struck out but as lady luck did not favour him, he ended with another 7-10 split for a 191 score.
Surasak struck twice in the tenth frame to eventually cruise to a comfortable 226 victory to claim his first-ever TOC title.
"There was a little nerve going into the final but when I was able to strike three times, I was a bit more relaxed," said the delighted 35-year-old businessman from Bangkok. "I really got a lucky break in the eighth frame with a strike and that more or less confirmed the victory."
The champion advanced into the finals by beating Yousif Falah of Bahrain, 213-197 in the first semi-final match while Yueng had a lucky break when his opponent and 2010 TOC winner, Hussain Al Suwaidi of UAE failed to spare his thenth frame to had Yeung the victory, 172-161 in the over semi.
Surasak edged Kuwaiti and 2013 ABF Tour Ranked No. 1, Rakan Al Ameeri, 222-216 in the quarter-finals and Yeung sailed past a second Kuwaiti and fourth-seed, Khaled Al Dubyyan, 224-172 in Round 2 quarter-finals.