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GPL Results, Standings, and Schedule: Americas Dominate Final Cube Matches of Summer

Much as the summer started, the Americas Conference dominated the Eurasia Conference in the last heads-up "Cube" matches of the Summer Series.

GPL Results, Standings, and Schedule After Summer Series Heat IV: Montreal and Moscow Stay in Front

After Summer Series Heat IV of the Global Poker League, the Montreal Nationals and Moscow Wolverines both still lead their respective conferences.

GPL Results, Standings, and Schedule After Summer Series Heat II: Nishijima, Lew, Holz Earn Sweeps

The GPL's Summer Series Heat II in "The Cube" finished Friday, with Thiago Nishijima, Randy Lew, and Fedor Holz each sweeping their heads-up opponents.

GPL Results, Standings, and Schedule After Summer Series Heat I: Americas Sweeps Eurasia in the Cube

The first week of the Global Poker League's Summer Series saw the Americas Conference sweep all six Heat I matches versus Eurasia as "The Cube" debuts.

Jason Somerville Reaches Final Table of Run It Up Reno Main Event; Blake Vincent Leads

Jason Somerville reached the final table of the 2016 Run It Up Reno Main Event.

Tutu Leading Final Two Tables

Ciprian Tutu is the chip leader with 16 players left. Also of note, Randy "nanonoko" Lew is in contention.

King KO'd by Lew

Jason Somerville opened to 20,000 from middle position and Brandon King called all-in for his last 7,000 from the button. Randy Lew committed his final 10,000 from the big blind and the cards were tabled.

Lew Short

Following an all in for 31,000 from the cutoff, Randy Lew moved all in next to speak on the button for 63,500. Lew: Opponent: The board ran out to see Lew double his opponent up and slip to 32,500 in chips.

Somerville Losing Chips

"I'm losing chips at every table I go to!" announced Jason Somerville as his table broke once again.

Nanonoko Becomes Renonoko: Randy Lew Wins 2016 Run It Up Reno Mix-Max Event

Randy "nanonoko" Lew won the 2016 Run It Up Reno Mix-Max No-Limit Hold'em event.

Steve Kujubu Eliminated in 2nd Place ($2,500); Randy Lew Wins!

From the button, Randy Lew opened to 75,000 and Steve Kujubu moved all in for 304,000 with Lew quickly calling.

Chop It Up

Steve Kujubu raised to 60,000 on the button and Randy Lew called in the big blind to see a flop. Kujubu continued for 40,000 and Lew check-called before the and were checked down.

Kujubu Raises River

Steve Kujubu limped the button and Randy Lew checked to see a flop fall with both players checking. The turn of the saw Lew lead out for 20,000 with Kujubu calling as the completed the board on the river.

Alex Lavinthal Eliminated in 4th Place ($1,400)

With blinds at 8,000/16,000, Alex Lavinthal opened his button to 36,000. Randy Lew responded by moving all in for 258,000 and Lavinthal quickly called to be at-risk.

Lew Over Alvarez

Randy Lew has defeated Danny Alvarez. Lew held against Alvarez's on a board, and when it blanked out on the turn and river, Lew was awarded victory.

Kujubu Over Zhang

Steve Kujubu is the third player to advance, besting Zhihao Zhang. The only remaining match is Randy Lew versus Danny Alvarez. Lew has pulled about even after starting way down in chips.

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.