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Lew Calls Raise and Folds

Randy Lew opened under the gun to 2,600 only to have a player in the middle position three-bet to 5,200. Lew called and then checked the flop before folding to his opponent's 4,500-chip continuation-bet.

Nineki Flops Flush

The action folded round to Randy Lew in the small blind and he raised to 3,000. Atsushi Nineki called in the big blind as the dealer spread a flop. Lew checked and Nineki bet out 4,000 with Lew quickly folding.

Lew Back At It

Randy Lew is back in the tournament and has drawn a table with Thomas Dominguez, Andy Peplinski, and Atsushi Nineki.

Lew Legged by O'Neil

Conor O'Neil opened to 1,800 from under the gun and Kevin Gerhart called from a few seats over along with the player on the button and Randy Lew in the big blind.

Lew's Bluff Picked Off

Chris Lindner opened with a raise under the gun to 800 and both Randy Lew and the small blind called to see a flop fall. The action was checked to Lew who bet out 850 and only Lindner called as the turn landed the and Lew bet 2,500.

Aguilera Shoves

On a flop of with roughly 2,000 in the middle, Randy Lew bet out 900 only to have Nick Aguilera check-raise to 3,000 from the big blind. Lew called, but when the turn landed the and Aguilera shoved his last 5,125, he quickly folded.

Gates Gets Revenge on Team Online

Randy "nanonoko" Lew moved all in for his last 4,125 on the button. "This is a reentry, right?" Garry Gates said as he thought about his decision. He opted to call in the small blind. The big blind folded.

Somerville Takes from Lew

From under the gun, Jason Somerville opened with a raise to 2,200 and the action folded round to Randy Lew in the big blind and he called.

Bendik Busts Lew and Dowling

PokerStars Team Online member Randy Lew has just been knocked out, and Chris Dowling fell on the same hand to former EPT Player of the Year Jan Bendik.

Randy Lew Doubles Up

Team PokerStars Online Randy Lew just found himself a crucial double up. Lew was all in for 266,000 and up against Benjamin Philipps in the following showdown.

Day 4 of the 2016 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino EPT Grand Final Main Event Ready To Rock

Day 4 of the 2016 PokerStars and Monte-Carlo® Casino EPT Grand Final €5,300 Main Event will kick off at 12 p.m. local time in Monaco today with 74 players looking to ladder up and contend for one of poker's most prestigious titles.

Lew vs Barer

Joining the action on the three-way flop , Ami Barer checked in the big blind and Randy Lew bet 10,500. The cutoff folded and Ami Barer called before checking again on the turn.

Gago Gone

Fabio Cortes Gago got his stack in with ace-nine and was called by Arnaud Peyroles with the superior ace-king according to Randy Lew, who was still stacking the chips after arriving a few minutes late.

Inside the Mind of Randy Lew

Randy Lew shares a hand analysis. Video:

Lew Loses Some More

Randy Lew is still in excellent shape but just dropped a few more chips in a three-way pot against Martin Finger and Vlad Darie.

Lew's in Great Shape, But Drops One to Sanches

Mehmet Tezol moved all in for 11,000 and the action folded to PokerStars Team Online Randy Lew who made the call. Gerard Sanches made the call as well, and the flop brought out .

The News on Nanonoko

Tekken wiz and Team PokerStars Online Pro Randy "nanonoko" Lew has risen from shorty to contender post-dinner. His latest climb up the ladder came when he three-bet the small blind to 4,100 facing a 1,200 early position open.

The Legend of Nanonoko

Low to mid-stakes legend and Team PokerStars Pro Online member Randy "nanonoko" Lew made a name for himself 24-tabling on PokerStars. He's playing at just one table today, but success has come early.

Randy Lew Couldn't Dodge a Queen

We asked Manig Loeser what had happened to Randy Lew, and he and his neighbor told us the details of the PokerStars Team Online's bust out. The player under the gun had opened to 2,700 and a player in middle position three-bet to 7,500.

"That Was Some Exciting Poker"

Team Online's Randy Lew opened for 1,400 under the gun and Scott Davies, who was to his direct left, made the call. The player on the button came along, as did the big blind, and four players took a flop of .