Australian poker fans will be disappointed to hear that Liam Anderson has lost his number one spot in the race for the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Player of the Year (POY).
Anderson started the latest APT event in Cambodia in the lead, but a string of disappointing performances has seen him drop to third as his main rival for the crown, Sam Razavi, jumps into first place.
The Aussie also lost a place to Sweden's Martin Nilsson due to his failure to make an impact in Cambodia as Razavi and Nilsson outperformed him at the felt.
With Razavi now in pole position and Nilsson in second, Anderson will have to pick up some big wins at the next APT event in India, which is set to kick off on December 3rd.
Whatever happens, Anderson will certainly want to put up a fight given how strong a position he has been in throughout the year.