Hand #129: Jason Gray had the button, and he limped in. Jeff Lisandro checked his option, and the flop came down . Lisandro checked, Gray bet 12,000, and Lisandro called.
The turn was the , and Lisandro checked. Gray bet 21,000, and Lisandro called. The river was the , and Lisandro checked. So did Gray. Lisandro showed the for a flush, and he won the pot.
Hand #130: The two players saw the flop of , and Gray check-folded to a bet of 15,000 from Lisandro.
Hand #131: Gray limped in, and Lisandro checked to the flop. Lisandro checked, and Gray bet 12,000. Lisandro called, and the turn was the . Lisandro led with a bet of 25,000, and Gray folded.
Hand #132: Lisandro had the button and limped in. Gray checked, and the flop came down . Gray bet 12,000, and Lisandro called to see the land on the turn. Both checked, and the turn was the . Gray checked, and Lisandro bet 20,000. Gray folded.
Hand #133: Gray raised to 21,000, and Lisandro reraised to 63,000. Gray folded, and Lisandro won the pot.
Hand #134: Lisandro had the button and called. Gray checked, and the flop came down . Gray led for 12,000, Lisandro raised, Gray reraised all in, and Lisandro called.
Gray was at risk with the for two pair, and Lisandro had the .
The turn was the and kept Gray in the lead, but the on the river delivered Lisandro with a wheel straight and the winning hand.
For his efforts, Gray earned AU$31,931, while it was Lisandro walking away with his sixth World Series of Poker gold bracelet.