Australian poker fans might have their eyes on the Aussie Millions events taking place at the Crown Melbourne, but there has also been plenty of action going on elsewhere - including the Macau Poker Cup: Red Dragon tournament.
The Grand Waldo Entertainment Complex hosted proceedings in the Chinese district, with a total of 532 players entering for a shot at the title in the Main Event.
These included Australia's Michael Marvanek, who was able to navigate his way to the final table where eight other players stood between him and the first prize.
But as Poker Asia Pacific reports, Marvanek was unable to seal victory in Macau, eventually finishing sixth as Japan's Yoshitaka Okawa went on to claim the crown.
Okawa had arrived at the final table with a sizeable chip lead, and was able to make his advantage count among a tough field.
Zhenwu Wang of China finished second while Finland's Eemil Tuominen rounded off the top three.