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The Social Experiment

The Commerce Casino in LA has recently been running a social experiment to get players to chat more at the tables, by banning items such a phones and other electronics, as well as hoodies and sunglasses.

PokerStars Pros Randy Lew and Celina Lin Talk All Things SCOOP

SCOOP and its 57-event schedule are already underway!

Petrangelo Leads After PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo Main Day 2

The top 143 players were guaranteed a min-cash of €7,580; 134 hopefuls left.

Just One Level for Lew

Randy Lew was one of the 11 players that registered at the start of Day 2, which gave him 30 big blinds to work with. The Team PokerStars Pro was able to enjoy those chips for just one level before they were all gone.

Elliot Smith Wins the PokerStars Championship Macau Main Event

The heads-up match was undoubtedly one of the longest in poker tournament history.

Lew and Shabalin Follow to the Rail Next

PokerStars Team Online member Randy Lew was among the short stacks heading into Day 2 and just took to Twitter, confirming his elimination. Busted again! TTvAK! Maybe one day! #walkofshame https://t.

Nick Petrangelo Leads After Day 1 of HK$103K High Roller in Macau

Nick Petrangelo accumulated 274,000 in chips.

Some Recovery by Haxton

Egor Bulychev made it 900 to go from the cutoff and Isaac Haxton called on the button. Randy Lew had arrived on that table not long ago, but got out of the way in the big blind, and the duo headed to a flop of , which Bulychev checked.

Pakinai Lisawad Leads Day 2 of PokerStars Championship Macau Main Event

After six levels in Day 2, 151 remain in the PokerStars Championship Macau Main Event.

FeelsBadMan, Nanonoko Hits the Rail

PokerStars Team Online Pro Randy 'Nanonoko' Lew's Main Event road has come to and end. Starting the day short, Lew lost half his stack early on and remained around the 10 big blind mark for a while.

Joachim Bold Claims Day 1b Chip Lead of PokerStars Championship Macau Main Event

Around 200 players survived Day 1 of the PokerStars Championship Macau Main Event.

Noko-ntinuation for Nano, Pressure From Papacek

A big juicy pot was building between PokerStars Team Online Pro Randy Lew and Roman Papacek. There was already what appeared to be 16,000 or more in the middle of a board and action was on Papacek.

Ban Busts Lew to Claim Lead

A congratulations ticket for the 77th place in the PokerStars Cup was next to the big stack of Zoltan Ban, and the local player had bagged up chips and opted to blind down in the Side Event today while focusing on the High Roller.

Srinivas Doubles

Phillipp Teipel open-shoved the small blind for just under 15 big blinds and claimed the antes and big blind. Then, Santosh Srinivas moved all in for his last 16,000 from under the gun.

Rauta takes from Koran

The stack of PokerStars Team Pro Randy Lew has taken a hit as of lately and same applied for Dorin Rauta as well, but the latter just took most of it back by firing three barrels against Michael Koran.

Tableside with Randy 'nanonoko' Lew

PokerStars Team Online pro Randy 'nanonoko' Lew is "killing the table" at the PokerStars High Roller here in Rozvadov according to fellow table-man Vytautas Laurinaitis.

Jonas Lauck Eliminated

After a raise by Randy Lew, Jonas Lauck moved all in from the button and Pavel Gavrish called for less out of the big blind. Lew folded and saw Lauck's stack reduced to all but dust, as the German's stood no chance against Gavrish's kings.

Lauck Doubles; Neuville and Tomovic Eliminated

The hopes of another High Roller cash are still alive for Jonas Lauck. He was at risk for just under 20,000 with the and Dorin Rauta looked him up with . The board came and Lauck made top two in order to double.

Neuville Busts for a Second Time

On the flop of , Randy Lew checked out of the small blind and Pierre Neuville led for 6,100 in the hijack with another 15,000 behind.