Joe Hachem is arguably the most iconic Australian poker star there is, and it seems that his abilities with the cards have passed on to his son.
In the $600 NLHE Cubed, Event 23 at this year's Aussie Millions, Anthony Hachem bested a field of 94 players to bag first prize and the $37,500 payday - as well as a prestigious Aussie Millions gold ring.
Hachem beat Phares Bouya on his way to the title, while he also had to overcome Rupert Elder - the winner of $1,100 Opening Event, which had boasted a whopping 1,338 entrants.
While his achievement doesn't quite match the string of victories his father has recorded over a long and glittering career, there is plenty of time for Anthony to make his mark on the poker world.
Among the other side events taking place at the Aussie Millions was the $25,000 Challenge, with Igor Kurganov emerging at the head of a field of 30 entrants to claim the $275,000 first prize.