The world of poker has its attention fixed on the Aussie Millions at the moment, and another winner has now been decided in the Crown Melbourne.
It is Japan's Yosuke Sekiya who has claimed the title in Event 4: $1,100 No Limit Hold'em/Pot Limit Omaha, picking up an Aussie Millions gold ring and bagging an impressive $41,200 pay day for his efforts.
Sekiya becomes the fourth player to win one of the prestigious gold rings this year, and he made his experience tell at the felt having made six final tables in Macau throughout 2012.
Australia's Sam Higgs came in second as he fell at the last hurdle in his bid to win the crown, settling for $28,840, while Joe Cristallo took third for $20,600.
With plenty of action still to come in the Crown Melbourne, Australian poker fans are unlikely to take their eye off the felt in the coming days.