In the finals Williams again took the early lead at 2-0 but made a error again and let Morris back in the game where Morris took a 7-4 lead eventually. Morris was on fire running out fast and loose. With only 2 balls remaining to take a further commanding 8-4 lead, he unexpectedly missed the 7ball and gave Williams his chance. Williams took that game and broke and ran the next 2 racks to tie at 7-7. Williams won a safety battle in that game to lead 8-7 but made more errors to let Morris seesaw back and take the lead 9-8. Morris then made a lock safety forcing Williams to take a length of the table jump shot over 2 balls. Williams made the jump and came around perfect for a safety. The safety paid off as Williams ran out to tie at 9-9. The final game saw Williams break perfectly but with no balls in....except at the last moment the 5ball trickled in. With an open table, he cleared it for the win.
"I'm happy and tired. We have a whole new tournament now with the 10-Ball. I'm skipping the Pro-Am bar table
9-Ball. My feet hurt!", said Williams. The pros have an option to play upto 3 events during the 4 days of the Poison DP Classic.