The Gatton golfer finished tied for fourth at the Scottish Open at Dundonald Links. Winning again, it's an unbelievable feeling.
Only those with the hardest of hearts would not feel sympathy for Callum Shinkwin.
Cabrera Bello piled the pressure on Shinkwin with a course-record 64 in the final round, but the 24-year from Watford had held his nerve until his late slip.
"Under the gun, I didn't miss a shot until the last hole".
When is a hole-in-one not a hole-in-one?
Unlike his two rivals, Poulter has already qualified for next week's Open at Royal Birkdale - a major in which the Englishman finished second at the same venue in 2008 - as has compatriot Andy Sullivan, who is the trio's closest challenger, two strokes back in outright fourth.
Dodt fell out contention on the back nine, carding a one-over par 73 to finish at eight-under.
Cabrera Bello is the first Spanish victor of the Scottish Open, and follows Alex Noren (BMW PGA Championship), Tommy Fleetwood (HNA Open de France) and his compatriot Jon Rahm (Dubai Duty Free Irish Open hosted by the Rory Foundation) as a Rolex Series champion.
Cabrera-Bello, with the calm, calculated precision of a lurking assassin, hit the target. "Sometimes I did mistakes, sometimes it didn't work out for me".
"It's been a very good week", said Shinkwin.
There's also more action at Lake Tahoe - I'm beginning to think that the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship is right up there with the Scottish Open so far as golf drama goes. I will go out there and do the best I can. So I'm extremely pleased that today everything worked out my way. I enjoy those pressure situations. I did everything I needed to do well, I stayed patient, I didn't get down on myself, I putted good and I really trusted myself. Obviously it was all in his (Shinkwin's) hands.
"It looked like I was a foot away from six or seven there but I got lucky and it kept the round going nicely". "I feel for him because I've been there". It must have been frustrating for Callum but I know from experience how hard it is to close out these events. There's a lot at stake tomorrow and obviously I'm going to do my best. I've felt that in my own bones a few times, unfortunately. "I think that was a valuable experience, precious experience for me". Padraig Harrington had an extraordinary week.
The result is Dodt's sixth top-0o in his 26 Tour events this year and, in some way, makes amends for last May's disappointment in leading going into the final round of the BMW PGA Championship but only to finish in a share of sixth on the famed "Burma Road" course.