Randy “Nanonoko” Lew is an American poker professional, and part of Team PokerStars:Online.
Randy is one of the most successful multi-table players in online poker history. Interestingly enough, Lew developed many of his multi-tabling skills through playing video games. The nationally-ranked video game player spent hours honing his lightening quick reflexes, and he was able to parlay these skills onto the poker table. He has made Supernova elite on PokerStars 2007, 2008 , 2009 and 2010. By 2009 Lew had made over $1 million by rarely playing anything bigger than $5/10!
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In late 2011 Lew took down the APPT in Macau, his first major live title.
In 2012 Lew set the Guinness World Record for most hands in an eight hour period while remaining profitable.
Since putting his primary focus on internet poker, Nanonoko has made millions of dollars while multi-tabling the mid-stakes NLHE games at PokerStars. And it’s this large bankroll that has encouraged Lew to start pursuing bigger games lately.
Aside from his online poker accomplishments, Nanonoko has also played on TV through PokerStars The Big Game. Lew more than held his own against some of the world’s top high stakes cash game players in The Big Game. One more thing worth mentioning about Nanonoko is that he has four WSOP cashes, and a 10th place finish in the 2010 Aussie Millions Main Event.
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