Cash games with Randy "Nanonoko" Lew on PSO Twitch this Friday
If the Rounders era was followed by the Moneymaker era, there's a good case to make that says the Twitch era that followed might be even more significant.
Some of the most successful poker players in the world have transformed the game in ways previously never even considered, showing how it's done to viewers watching at home.
One of those players is Randy "Nanonoko" Lew.
Nanonoko is a natural on Twitch, and we're delighted to say that this week he'll be swapping his own Twitch stream for that of PokerSchoolOnline (PSO), appearing this Friday 11 December at 15:00 ET (8pm UK). Go to the PSO channel and follow now by clicking here.
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Given that Nanonoko's one of the best cash game players in the world we pulled a few strings to get him to appear on the PSO Twitch channel. It's the perfect opportunity for cash game players to watch a master at work and see how it's done. You can even ask questions along the way and, best of all, it's absolutely free.
But wait; there's more.
For one lucky viewer there will be a chance to win some exclusive training from the man himself. A chance to transform your game before the New Year. Simply visit PokerSchoolOnline and tell us in no less than 25 words why you would make a good poker student. You can enter by clicking here.
The winner, selected by the PokerStars Education Team, will be announced on the PSO Forum on Wednesday December 9. All you then need is a Skype account.
Whether you're lucky enough to win the contest or are simply watching how it's done, it's an opportunity not to be missed.
For now though, if you need an idea of the type of player Nanonoko is, check out this short film.
While you're thinking of your competition entry and looking forward to the broadcast on Friday, take a look at the PokerSchoolOnline homepage for a tonne of resources to help you improve as a poker player. Click here to go there now.
Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.