The last hand of Josh Barrett's 2012 Aussie Millions began when Oliver Speidel opened the pot from the cutoff. Barrett was in the small blind and he shoved his 200,000-chip short-stack in the middle. It was then on Patrick Healy in the big blind and he simply called. Speidel then raised it up to 575,000 and Healy made another flat call.
Barrett watched on as Speidel and Healy checked down a board. Barrett didn't look confident as he showed his and rightly so as Healy turned over his . Speidel sent his cards into the muck and Healy raked in the big pot. Barrett goes home in a solid 20th place, picking up A$45,000 for his time.