Date of birth: July 3, 1985
Winnings in live tournaments: over $1 460 000
The best result: $484 617 (the 1st place in Main Event APPT in Makau for $30 000 in 2011)
Online results: over $1 011 000 in the tournaments at PokerStars (according to PocketFives data)
Randy Lew got acquainted with poker in college. After registering at PokerStars, he began to learn the poker nuances and started to gradually add more and more tables to his gaming arsenal. Soon he was able to play at the 24 tables simultaneously and multitabing became his income source.
In 2009 Randy hit $1 million mark which he earned in the cash-games online at Poker Stars by playing at $5/$10 tables. In the same year he became one of the first members of PokerStars Team Online.
Lew won more than one million dollars in online tournaments. The second place in Sunday Second Chance at PokerStars in 2008 is the large winning of "nanonoko", where he earned $39 600. In 2010 he won NLH tournament for $215 and enriched with $37 580. In 2013 Randy finished at the 4th place in the two tournaments of popular online poker series at once: SCOOP Main Event for $1 050 (+$232 240) and WCOOP 2nd Chance for $162 (+$7 900).
Lew earned his first money in the live event in 2010 at WSOP in Limit/ No Limit Holdem tournament for $2 500. Then he took the 22nd place and earned $8,370.
In 2011 he took the 10th place in Main Event Aussie Millions Poker Championship for $10,600 and won $98,900. In the same year "nanonoko" finished at the first place in Main Event APPT in Macau for $30,000. This victory gave him $484,600. These are the biggest prize money of Randy Lew in the live event.
To date, Randy Lew continues to play both in the live events and online tournaments, he progresses successfully and shows excellent results. Randy plays video games in his spare time.
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