Martin Finger took down the 2016 Aussie Millions Event #23: $1,150 Shot Clock Turbo No-Limit Hold'em title on Sunday.
This single-day event drew 163 players creating a $167,075 prize pool that paid 18 spots.
It took just seven hours to get heads up with Finger ultimately beating Pete Chen heads-up to collect a $42,605 first-place prize and the LK Boutique Aussie Millions Championship ring that came with it.
Finger actually came into the final table last in chips, but got all the cards he needed in cooler after cooler to run away with it.
"I ran like God," he said. "I just had good cards this entire final table."
Finger busted Mark Dube third with two pair versus top pair and took a massive lead into heads up with Chen.
Chen doubled once, but could not manage it a second time, running the into Finger's and failing to improve to take second, and hand Finger his first Aussie Millions title, after he had finished second, third and fourth in previous events here in Melbourne.