He began his career by defeating Pam Smith on 23 April 2007 to take the champion's chair. With three centuries to his name, Webber's 773 points secured him the #1 seed spot for the series finals.
Webber met Stewart Gordon in the quarter-finals. Webber looked to have secured the victory when declaring the final numbers game spot-on when 11 points ahead, however a mistake in his working let Gordon back into the game. When neither player could turn IDEALSNOG into ALONGSIDE in the allotted time, Webber just scraped into the semi-finals. Anita Freeland was next, in another game that went to a crucial conundrum. Webber had the deficit this time, however that was academic as Freeland turned IDLEDONNA into DANDELION in just 2 seconds to take the grand final berth for herself.
An early version of the bracket for Championship of Champions XIII indicated Webber as a potential participant, with Steven Briers as his scheduled first-round opponent. However, he declined his invitation to the tournament, and was replaced by a Series 59 quarter-finalist, Debbi Flack.
|#||Date||Type||Contestant 1||Score||Contestant 2||Guest||Lex||Max|
|4338||23/04/2007||P||Pam Smith||75 – 111||Aaron Webber||Martin Jarvis||Susie Dent||135|
|4339||24/04/2007||P||Aaron Webber||96 – 47||Christina Dow||Martin Jarvis||Susie Dent||132|
|4340||25/04/2007||P||Aaron Webber||93 – 40||Richard Wakefield||Martin Jarvis||Susie Dent||118|
|4341||26/04/2007||P||Aaron Webber||86 – 47||Nina Walters||Martin Jarvis||Susie Dent||127|
|4342||27/04/2007||P||Aaron Webber||98 – 45||Ken Hudson||Martin Jarvis||Susie Dent||116|
|4343||30/04/2007||P||Aaron Webber||104 – 51||Dorothy Massey||Thelma Barlow||Susie Dent||140|
|4344||1/05/2007||P||Aaron Webber||75 – 28||David Butler||Thelma Barlow||Susie Dent||127|
|4345||2/05/2007||P||Aaron Webber||110 – 39||Bill Blades||Thelma Barlow||Susie Dent||132|
|4376||14/06/2007||QF||Stewart Gordon||81 – 85||Aaron Webber||Gyles Brandreth||Susie Dent||129|
|4380||20/06/2007||SF||Anita Freeland||97 – 86||Aaron Webber||Jo Brand||Susie Dent||128|