The Asia Championship of Poker (ACOP) has attracted players from all over the world, including the likes of Bertrand Grospellier and Mike Watson.
However, while at the time of writing Watson remains in contention during Day 2, Grospellier has been busted - as has Australian poker star Oliver Speidel.
But there are still 80 of the 184 entrants still in the running for the title, including Aussies Jonathan Karamilikis and Aaron Lim.
Yue Hin Lam - the chip leader at the end of Day 1 - continues to look strong, still holding the biggest stack ahead of Xing Zhou and Mike Kim, who are in second and third respectively.
Russia's David Martirosyan - the man who came second in the HK$5,000,000 (US$645,155) Guarantee Warm-Up - is also looking good in fourth.
With plenty still to play for in Macau, there are likely to be a few surprises in store on the way to determining the champion.