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Tag: Randy Lew

BlogNews Weekly: Learn from the Pros and Vote for the Final MTOPS Event

Each week, PokerNews brings you insight into the happenings at major poker sites including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and partypoker.

BlogNews Weekly: Strategy with Randy Lew and the Blom vs. Hansen Heads-Up Matches

Each week, PokerNews brings you insight into the happenings at major poker sites including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and partypoker.

Colman Runs Into Big Slick

Randy Lew @nanonokoColman waited hours to 3b bluff me when I raised a limper and the limper limp rr all-in! Colman forced to call A6 vs AK and loses. 80k meJuly 09, 2014ReplyRetweetFavoriteFollow @nanonoko!function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.

Lew Doubles

Randy Lew and an opponent looked down at a board of . With about 16,000 already in the middle, action checked over to Lew and he fired out a bet of 7,600. His opponent thought for about 30 seconds before dropping out a call.

Not Lew-sing

On a board, Randy Lew's opponent tapped the table. The online legend known as "nanonoko" checked it back and the finished off the board. Lew's opponent fired out a bet of 2,100 only to have Lew come over the top for 7,000.

Liu Gone, Bucky and Lew Enter

Here are some of the chip stacks in the blue and silver sections of the tournament room. Xuan Liu's seat has been filled with a new player as she has exited this event. But Randy Lew and Shawn Buchanan are new faces in the field.

Getting a Bit Short

Julian Thomas lost with pocket nines versus pocket eights and since moved all in twice to grab the blinds and antes.

Pan Feels The Pressure

Jimmy Pan, a Macau resident for quite some time, won't be intimidated by the stakes of this event here today, but the ever increasing blinds and antes provide quite the worry.

No Help for Team Online's Randy Lew

"All in and a call Table 32," the dealer announced. We made our way over to discover PokerStars Team Online's Randy Lew at risk against Luisa Helps. Lew: Helps: The look on Lew's face seemed to be one of resignation.

The Croc Gets Swallowed Up

We happened by Table 32 and discovered Billy "The Croc" Argyros was all in for 20,700. His opponent, Team Online's Randy Lew, had 10,300 out in front of him and was debating whether or not he wanted to call the additional 10,400.

Cosma Gone

Action folded to Ana-Maria Cosma on the button, and she opened with a raise to 2,500.

Lew Times Two

PokerStars Team Online's Randy Lew had the in an all-in confrontation with an opponent holding the . Lew had his opponent slightly out-chipped and won the race after the board ran out to move to 30,000.

Global Poker Index: Schemion Takes Lead in POY; Selbst Joins GPI 300 Top 10

Ole Schemion takes the lead in the Global Poker Index Player of the Year race, and Vanessa Selbst joins the top 10 of the GPI 300.

Global Poker Index: Rettenmaier Climbs in POY and GPI 300, Riess Joins Ranks

Marvin Rettenmaier moved up in both the Global Poker Index Player of the Year race and the top 10 of the GPI 300.

Sunny Jung Wins the 2013 PokerStars.net APPT Macau ACOP Main Event for HK$4,752,000

After an impromptu Day 6, Sunny Jung emerged victorious to win the 2013 PokerStars.net APPT Macau ACOP Main Event for HK$4,752,000.

2013 PokerStars.net APPT Macau ACOP Main Event Day 5: Tang vs. Jung for the Title

The 2013 PokerStars.net APPT Macau ACOP Main Event saw Team Online's Randy Lew finish in seventh, while heads-up play goes to an impromptu Day 6.

Randy Lew Eliminated in 7th Place (HKD$792,000)

Two years ago, Team Online's Randy Lew won the 2011 PokerStars.net Asia Pacific Poker Tour Macau Main Event for HKD$3,772,000.

Lew Slipping

Randy Lew opened to 16,000 and Yoshitaka Okawa called from the big blind before betting out 24,000 on the flop with Lew making the call. The turn of the saw Okawa bet out 37,000 and Lew promptly mucked while slipping to 130,000.

Seat 2: Randy Lew (PokerStars Team Online) (United States) - 202,000 chips

The man known as "nanonoko", Randy Lew is equally renowned for his online poker accomplishments, as his live poker game.

2013 PokerStars.net APPT Macau Asia Championship of Poker: Zheng Leads Final Table

Yifan Zheng leads the final table of the 2013 PokerStars.net APPT Macau Asia Championship of Poker; Team Online's Randy Lew seeks second Macau title.

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