Following on from the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Manila Series back in September, the APT has returned for the next leg of this year's schedule.
Taking place in Cambodia at the Las Vegas Sun Hotel and Casino in Svay Rieng, this is the first ever international poker tournament that the country has hosted, and there are plenty of side and satellite events for players to get involved with.
The action is already underway at the felt, with England's Sam Razavi winning the Welcome to APT event and coming second in the Add on for Charity as he looks to move to the top of the APT Player of the Year (POY) rankings.
But with Australia's Liam Anderson currently holding top spot in the APT POY standings, Razavi will have a fight on his hands as the Aussie looks to hold onto his slender lead.
The Main Event at APT Cambodia starts on November 17th and runs through until November 20th, when the remaining eight players will take to the final table.