28th of November 2011 Author: Ava Jackuard
Team PokerStars pro takes down the main prize of $483,902
With the grand finale of the Pokerstars Asia Pacific Poker Tour Macau being played out, Team Pokerstars could rejoice at the success of their member Randy 'nanonoko' Lew (26) who outplayed a field of 575 players and claimed his first major live tourney victory, along with the main prize of $483,902.
Apart from Lew, who was low-stacked at the beginning of the final table, the final survivors included chip leader at the time Kai Yat Fam on 4,515,000; Daniel Spiedelmann, Jeff Rossiter, Zuo Wang. David Steicke, Daniel Nordstrom,Jimmy Pan and Zheng Tai Tan.
In the heads-up, Lew clashed a local pro Jimmy Pan (24) in an action that lasted for around a dozen hands before Lew took the lead and sent Pan a few hands later to the exit and his comforting prize of $303,686.
In a comment on his big win, Lew said: "My heads-up opponent was a very competent player. I felt very confident though, in heads-up, because I play a lot of heads-up online against good players."
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