Hand #82: Scott Davies raised to 125,000 from the button and Jack Salter folded.
Hand #83: Salter raised to 105,000 and Davies folded.
Hand #84: It appeared Davies gave Salter a walk.
Hand #85: In what would be the final hand of the tournament, Salter opened for 105,000 and then called when Davies three-bet to 300,000. When the flop came down , Davies bet 175,000, Salter called, and the peeled off on the turn.
Davies bet what appeared to be 330,000, Salter raised to 930,000, and Davies took a moment before three-betting to 1.8 million. Salter thought for nearly two minutes before announcing that he was all in and Davies snap-called. It was a cooler.
Salter had flopped trip tens, but Davies had flopped sixes full.
"I'll use my one time," Salter said, referencing Davies' use of it earlier at the final table. Both players were on their feet with Davies' arm slung over Salter's shoulder. They watched together as the dealer burned one last time and put out the .
Salter missed and finished as runner-up, which comes with a nice consolation prize of AU$516,960.