Poker fans across Australia will be able to keep up-to-date with the action on the other side of the world later this month.
That is after the organisers of the 2012 Irish Open said it is to be streamed around the world.
This year's tournament is due to attract a number of poker's top names with Canada's Daniel Negreanu and America's Phil Hellmuth just two of the big names attached.
Eoghan O'Dea, Carlos Mortensen and Faraz Jaka are also scheduled to head to the Burlington Hotel in Dublin for the tournament, which takes place between April 6th and April 9th.
"This year the Irish Open will see the live stream re-broadcast with hole cards and additional analysis of the hands being played," the Open's organisers commented.
"The final table will be broadcast live with hole cards as the players will be sequestered away from all outside communications until they have been knocked out."