The Asian Poker Tour (APT) is currently making its inaugural visit to Cambodia, where some of the region's top players have been taking to the felt in the Las Vegas Sun Hotel & Casino.
With a range of side events and satellites out of the way, the Main Event kicked off on November 17th, and 122 entrants came up with the buy-in as they looked to secure the crown.
Following the two opening flights, the field has been whittled down to 49 ahead of the start of Day 2, with Vietnam's Ha Dong holding the chip lead.
And Sam Razavi - the closest challenger to Australia's Liam Anderson in the race for the APT Player of the Year (POY) - sits in second as the players prepare to return to the tables.
However, Anderson has also made it through to Day 2, and while he may not be among the chip leaders, the Aussie will be determined to catch Razavi in his bid to get his hands on the APT POY title.