There has been plenty of action taking place in Cambodia since the Asian Poker Tour (APT) touched down on November 14th, with nine side events, a charity event and seven satellite tournaments - not to mention the prestigious Main Event - forming a part of proceedings.
While Day 2 of the Main Event is currently underway, here we'll take a quick look at a few of the winners from the APT Cambodia Series so far.
Sam Razavi - the man who sits behind Australian poker star Liam Anderson in the race for the APT Player of the Year - took first prize in the opening event, Welcome to APT.
And he followed that up with a second-place finish in the Add on for Charity, being beaten to the title by William Mcauley.
Casey Kastle picked up a win in the Head Hunter, besting a field of 43 players, while Linh Tran took down the High Rollers and Thomas Bihl sealed the DafaBet Freezeout.
Elsewhere, Germany's Mike Gaertner won the Deep Stack Turbo 1 and Sam Nee Aik Chuan was the victor in Freezeout 3 as players from all over the world picked up wins in Cambodia.