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Lew Finished off by Ronaldo

PokerStars Team mates Randy Lew and Ronadlo have battled all day and the Brazilian got the last laugh by eliminating the young pro. Lew had been battling a short stack for hours and his final move was an all in one for 5,725.

Ronnie's Got Heart

PokerStars Team Online Randy Lew tweeted this recently: Randy Lew @nanonokoBeen playing with @Ronaldo for 5 hours now and I must say I have trouble putting him on hands and he had a LOT of HEART #2015ACOPNovember 10, 2015ReplyRetweetFavorit

More PokerStars Pros Take Their Seats

Team Asia PokerStars Pro Vivian Im, PokerStars Team Pro Kosei Ichinose, Team PokerStars Online Pros Isaac Haxton, and Randy Lew have joined the field in the ACOP Main Event.

Randy Lew Eliminated in 5th Place (HK$782,000)

Moments into the new level, PokerStars Team Online member Randy Lew moved all in from early position for what appeared to be five big blinds and Jack Hu looked him up out of the big blind.


Randy Lew moved all in from early position and the action reached to Chang He in the small blind. He made the call and Shunu Zang mucked out of the big blind.

Rathi Versus Zang

Randy Lew got through with an all in as nobody wanted to look up the short stack. Then, Shashank Rathi raised to 150,000 and was called by Shunu Zang from three seats over on the button.

Asa Smith Eliminated in 10th Place (HK$293,000)

Within three hands, the chip distribution on table 4 has changed dramatically and the final table of the last nine is set. Shashank Rathi limped the button and Randy Lew moved all in for 445,000 to scoop the pot without showdown.

Many Shoves on Table 3

Randy Lew stole some blinds and antes, he also got through with a min raise and betting the turn of a board and moved up in chips.

First Break on Day 2

The first three 40-minute levels have been played and the field has been reduced from 30 to 17 with the top 11 spots getting paid.

Zang's Aces Hold

Shunu Zang raised to 35,000 from the cutoff and snap-called the shove of Randy Lew from one seat over for his last 150,000 with . The PokerStars Team Online member had and failed to improve on a board of .

Smith Shoves Twice

Asa Smith shoved twice and got the blinds and antes as well as a 30,000-raise by Shashank Rathi to bump up his stack.

Who will be Crowned High Roller Champion of the APPT9 Macau?

The first day of the HK$100,000 High Roller Event of the Asia Pacific Poker Tour at the "PokerStars LIVE Macau at City of Dreams" started and ended fast and furious with a total of 75 unique entries and 30 rebuys.

Lew's Aces Scoop Big Pot

Shashank Rathi raised to 20,000 and was called by Celina Lin in the cutoff before Randy Lew three-bet to 60,000. Only Rathi called to see a heads-up flop of and he checked.

The Last Four Tables

A few recent eliminations required the need to break a table and Celina Lin as well as Randy Lew, who had been sitting next to each other, drew the very same constellation for their new table as well.

Sing Busts to Smith

Simon Sing open-shoved for what looked like 60,000 from the cutoff and the action reached Asa Smith in the big blind, who peeked at his cards and made the call with . Sing was behind with and drawing to a split pot only after the turn.

Lew Busts Huang

In a battle of the PokerStars representatives, Bryan Huang got it in from the button with the and Randy Lew reshoved from one seat over with .

Wong Makes Lew a Short Stack

After a limped pot and a checked three-way flop of , Randy Lew check-raised the turn from 5,000 to 15,400 out of the big blind.

Wong Folds the River

In a four-way limped pot to the flop, Nick Wong bet 4,000 and only the player on the button called whereas Randy Lew folded out of the small blind.

You Only Live Once

Randy "nanonoko" Lew announced his participation in the High Roller event via Twitter despite having an outbound flight soon.

The Amazing Poker Quiz with Randy Lew

Another couple of questions, another contestant. This time Randy "nanonoko" Lew is the victim, answering questions about his own poker results. Can he do better than his rival Celina Lin?