Vietnam's Ha Duong started the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Cambodia Main Event final with the chip lead and made his advantage tell as he went on to beat his seven fellow finalists and claim the crown.
Duong arrived at the felt with a stack of 512,000, while his closest challenger - Jan-Eric Schwippert from Germany - had 290,000.
And Duong didn't look back as he cleared out the competition and finished first ahead of a field of 122 players in Cambodia's Las Vegas Sun Hotel & Casino.
England's Sam Razavi - the man who is currently vying for first place in the race for the APT Player of the Year (APT) title with Australia's Liam Anderson - finished fifth, and it looks like he's done enough to overtake the Aussie in the POY hunt.
If Anderson has slipped down the rankings, he'll be looking to reclaim top spot when the APT hits India at the start of December.