Australia's Liam Anderson has lost his lead in the race to be crowned the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Player of the Year (POY) following main rival Sam Razavi's quick start to the APT Cambodia Series.
England's Razavi secured victory in the opening event - Welcome to APT - as well as taking second in the Add on for Charity as he stormed to the top of the APT POY rankings.
With all of the five frontrunners in the hunt for the POY title at the felt in Cambodia - Martin Nilsson, Marc River and Tetsuya Tsuchikawa have joined Anderson and Razavi - there is sure to be some intense action at the tables.
And with Martin Nilsson having secured fourth in the Head Hunter event, he'll have earned himself some valuable points as things get close at the top.
Whatever happens, there is sure to be a lot at stake when the Main Event starts on November 17th.