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Jack Duong Wins the PokerStars Festival New Jersey $2,000 NL Hold'em High Roller ($15,520)

The PokerStars Festival New Jersey $2,000 NL Hold'em High Roller drew 16 players, creating a $31,040 prize pool.

Randy Lew Eliminated in 3rd Place ($6,208)

In the first hand back from break Randy Lew shipped his last 70,000 in the middle from the small blind and Jack Duong called with the in the big blind. Lew was dominated holding the and did not connect with the board, bowing out third.

Two Pair For Shahade

Randy Lew raised to 10,500 from the button and Jennifer Shahade called from the big blind. The flop came down and Shahade check-called 7,500 from Lew to see the turn.

Shahade Extends

Two pots in a row went Jennifer Shahade's way and she's now firmly on top and extending her lead. The first started with a button raise from Randy Lew to 10,500. Jack Duong called and Shahade completed the big blind.

Duong Climbing Back

Randy Lew raised to 10,500 from the button and Jack Duong called from the small blind. The flop fell and Duong check-called 7,500 from Lew to see the turn, which both players checked. The river was the and Duong bet 25,000.

Lew at 200K

Randy Lew opened to 8,500 from the button and Jack Duong called from the small blind. They checked to the turn of a board where Lew bet 9,000. Duong check-raised to 25,000, Lew called, and the river completed the board.

Lew Slipping

Jack Duong raised from the button, Randy Lew three-bet to 18,000 from the big blind, and Duong called. The flop fell and Lew checked to Duong who bet 13,000. Lew calls. The turn was checked by both players, as was the river.

Shahade Moves In Front

Randy Lew bumped it to 6,500 and after Jack Duong let go of the small blind, Jennifer Shahade defended her big blind. They both checked the flop, but when the turn paired the board, Shahade led for 10,000.

Two Pair For Lew

Jack Duong raised to 6,500 from the button and Randy Lew called from the big blind. They checked to the turn of a board where Lew bet 9,000. Duong called. The river was the and Lew bet 21,000. Duong called.

Randy Lew Eliminated in 20th Place ($2,331)

Jovy Ounthongdy opened to 14,000 from under the gun, Jason Acosta called from the hijack, Randy Lew three-bet shoved from the button for about 90,000, Ounthongdy reshoved for about 260,000, and Acosta folded.

Asher Conniff Eliminated on Bubble

Asher Conniff moved all in from the button for 12,200. Randy Lew was tanking in the big blind when we arrived. "That must be a good hand," Lew said. "These cards are... not bad," Conniff confirmed.

Smyth Crushing

Michael Gagliano opened to 6,000 in the cutoff and saw Peter Smyth go to 20,000 in the big blind. Gagliano made it 47,000 to go.

Kim Wins Three-Way All In

Randy Lew opened to 4,500 in middle position, and small blind John Kim clicked back to 7,000. The big blind jammed for 29,900 and Lew tanked a few minutes before moving all in as well.

Gagliano and Lew Play a Big Pot

Michael Gagliano and Randy Lew played a big three-bet pot with Gagliano in the small blind and Lew in the hijack. With over 40,000 already in the pot, Gagliano bet 18,000 on a flop of .

John Mirkovich Eliminated by Randy Lew

Randy Lew raised to 3,000 from the hijack, John Mirkovich three-bet shoved from the cutoff for about 13,500, and Lew called with , trailing Mirkovich's . The board came down , giving Lews eights full of tens to score the elimination.

Darren Elias vs. Randy Lew

Darren Elias raised to 1,200 from under the gun, the player in the cutoff and called and Randy Lew called from the big blind. The flop came down and action checked to Lew who bet 1,500. Only Elias called.

Tyson Apostol vs. Randy Lew

Following a flop of , Randy Lew checked from under the gun and Tyson Apostol bet 1,400 from the button. Lew called. The turn was the and Lew checked to Apostol again who bet 3,000. Lew called. The river was the and both players checked.

Randy Lew Slips

John Tavss raised to 1,025 from the button, the player in the small blind called, and Randy Lew three-bet to 3,200 from the big blind. Only Tavss called. The flop came down and Lew continued for 3,700. Tavss called.

Randy Lew Chipping Up

Tyson Apostol opened to 500 from under the gun, Randy Lew called from middle position, Gabriel Gonzalo Diaz Hurtado three-bet to 1,700 from the cutoff, Apostol folded, and Lew called.

Tutu Leading Final Two Tables

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

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