Randy "nanonoko" Lew And His Rise To Multi-Table Poker Fame

When looking at the multi-tabling poker talents plying their trade online at present, despite being just 25 years of age Randy “nanonoko” Lew has already managed to attain a legendary status at the games mid-stakes level.
Originally a professional video games player, Randy Lew was able to transfer his skills to the poker table in the most dramatic fashion, such that he is now able to simultaneously play 24 tables of 6-max No Limit Hold’em cash games, with an average return of 2.89 BB/100.
Impressively, the “Team Pokerstars Online” member has thus been able to put in an incredible volume of hands at his preferred site, playing on average 5,555 hands per day or 67k hands per month.
So far Lew has managed to amass $1,891,108 in winnings since joining PokerStars in August of 2008, and that’s not including the extra rewards he received for achieving SuperNova Elite in both 2008 and 2009, worth around $115k per year. He is also on course to attain SuperNova Elite once again in 2010 for a third consecutive year.
Since starting on the site, Randy “nanonoko” Lew has been a consistent winner at each of the levels he has entered and has won $340k playing $2/$4 NLHE, $363k at $3/$6 NLHE and $479k at $5/$10 NLHE.
After continuing to rake in the profits at $5/$10 NLHE, Lew has been moving up from the mid-stakes games recently and giving the high-stakes games up to $25/$50 a shot.
After suffering a blow to his bankroll at his first concerted attempt at $25/$50, Lew soon recovered and, as he explains:
“I was playing a lot of heads-up games, so naturally the variance was rather high…It’s been awhile since I’ve played $25/$50 No Limit, so it’s still new to me. I’m going to spend more time at it and get used to it, but ring games don’t seem to run higher than $25/$50. After that, you have to be a heads-up specialist to get some action.”
“The $25/$50 games do not run consistently, so during my downtime and urge to grind, you’ll find me at the mid-stakes games.”
Few would doubt that Randy Lew will continue to go from strength to strength in his poker endeavours, and you can watch the prodigious young talent  in action by opening the ‘Find A Player’ tab at PokerStars.

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