The last Asian Poker Tour (APT) event of the year is underway in India, with Casino Carnival in Goa hosting proceedings as players prepare to battle it out for the latest APT title.
But it's not just cash that's up for grabs in Goa, as the event will also see the winner of the APT Player of the Year (POY) crowned following the main event.
Despite having led the way before the recent APT Cambodia tournament, Australia's Liam Anderson now finds himself third in the hunt for the title - England's Sam Razavi is in first and Martin Nilsson of Sweden is second.
Anderson's poor performance in Cambodia can explain his slide in the rankings, as Razavi put together a storming run which saw him make several final tables and even win the opening and charity tournaments.
While Razavi looks poised to get his hands on the APT POY crown, Nilsson and Anderson are unlikely to give up without a fight in Goa.