Australian poker ace Joe Hachem will have his work cut out in Manila next week.
That is after a host of top names confirmed their attendance at the Asian Poker Tour's (APT) manila Millions Super High Roller event.
Billed as "Asia's biggest super high roller event ever", the tournament has attracted the likes of Phil Ivey and Tom Dwan.
The game carries a buy-in of HK$1 million and as such is sure to only attract the very best of the world's poker scene.
Hachem's presence in Manila comes as part of his ambassadorial duties at the APT.
After accepting the role earlier this year, the Aussie card ace made his APT debut at the Manila Main Event earlier this month.
In total, 30 players are expected to make the cut for the High Roller event, with other names to be announced in the coming days as potential challengers for 2005 World Series of Poker winner Hachem.