Hand #135: Perrins opened for 200,000 and he was called by Pro. The flop came down . On the flop Pro checked to Perrins who bet 150,000 leading to a fold from Pro.
Hand #136: On the button Pro opened to 350,000. Perrins announced an all in and almost immediately Pro called.
Pro was ahead in the hand, but any combination of flops could easily give Perrins the lead. This flop came down which gave Pro top pair but improved Perrins' hand by adding a gutshot straight draw. "Ten!" the rail cheered for him.
The turn wasn't a ten, but the on the turn did give him the lead. The on the river was safe for Perrins and with that, Arthur Pro was eliminated in second place while Matt Perrins captured the World Series of Poker Gold Bracelet along with first place prize money.