Hand #115: Didier Guerin began heads-up play with the button, and he raised all in straight away. Luke Brabin folded, and Guerin won the pot.
Hand #116: Brabin had the button on the second hand of heads-up play, and he limped in. Guerin shoved from the big blind, and Brabin folded.
Hand #117: On the button, Guerin limped in. Brabin checked his option, and the flop came down . Brabin checked, Guerin bet 30,000, and Brabin folded.
Hand #118: Brabin began the hand on the button, and he limped in. Guerin checked his option from the big blind, and the flop came down . Guerin checked, Brabin fired a bet, and Guerin quickly folded.
Hand #119: Guerin had the button, and he raised all in. Brabin folded, and Guerin won the pot.
Hand #120: Brabin and Guerin saw the for the minimum, and both players checked to see the land on the turn. Guerin was first and bet 35,000. Brabin folded, and Guerin won the pot.
Hand #121: On the button, Guerin raised all in. Brabin asked for a count and was informed Guerin's shove was worth 306,000. Brabin called.
Guerin was all in with the , and Brabin tabled the . Brabin was ahead, but he would need to fade Guerin's outs in order to claim the first gold bracelet of the 2014 World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific.
The flop came down and added a nice little sweat with Guerin picking up an open-ended straight draw along with his live cards. The turn was the to pair the board, and that changed nothing, leaving Guerin needing to hit the river to stay alive.
The dealer burned before the river and then delivered the . That did it and eliminated Guerin in second place. For his effort, Guerin earned AU$81,220, but it would be Brabin walking away with the title, the bracelet, and the AU$131,365 top prize.