With Cambodia currently hosting its first ever international poker tournament in the form of the Asian Poker Tour (APT), fans from across the world have been keeping an eye on proceedings at the Las Vegas Sun Hotel & Casino.
And following the run of side and satellite events, the Main Event is now well underway, with eight players ready to fight it out for the crown at the final table.
Ha Duong, the chip leader at the start of Day 2, has managed to maintain his dominant position and will arrive at the felt with the biggest stack.
Germany's Jan-Eric Schwippert sits in second while Duong's compatriot, Do Hoang Anh, is third in chips.
The bad news for Australian poker fans is that Liam Anderson has failed to make it through to the final, while his main rival in the race to be crowned APT Player of the Year (POY) - Sam Razavi - has managed to earn a seat among the remaining eight.
Given the events that have unfolded in Cambodia, Razavi looks set to overtake Anderson in the hunt for the APT POY title.