Who is luckychewy?
Real Name: Andrew Lichtenberger
Also Plays Under: In addition to play as "luckychewy" on Full Tilt Poker, Lichtenberger also plays as "runthistable" on Pokerstars.
Online Notes: When it comes to online poker, Andrew "luckychewy" Lichtenberger is a double threat - a profitable cash game player and a profitable tournament player.
First off, let's start with the cash games.
According to Pokertableratings.com, Lichtenberger's "luckychewy" alias is up $376,218 on Full Tilt Poker, with most of these gains coming over the past couple of months (April to July of 2010). The vast majority of these gains ($375k) have come playing No Limit Hold'em ($25/50 and $100/$200 HU).
Andrew's "runthistable" account on Pokerstars hit peak earnings of approximately $284k in April of 2009. Since then, "runthistable" has not fared so well, dropping about $260k.
Lichtenberger has well over a million dollars in total lifetime tournament cashes, with his biggest score coming in a 2009 SCOOP event ($2,600 NLHE Heads-Up), which he ended up taking down for $172,800.
Other six figure scores include a second place finish in a Pokerstars Sunday Million (Nov/08, $127k) and a third place finish in a $1k NLHE event on Full Tilt Poker (Nov/07, $107k).
Live Notes: As of the time that this article was written (July 2010), Andrew Lichtenberger had a total of $1,180,767 in total lifetime tournament cashes.
His largest cash came in the 2009 World Series of Poker main event, where he ended up finishing in 18th place for $500,557.
This cash came just a few weeks after Lichtenberg had finished in second place in the $5k NLHE Shootout for $215,402.
Lichtenberg has one other "live" cash exceeding $100,000 - a 1st place finish in a WSOP Circuit event (Caesar's Palace) for $190,137.
Other Notes and Info: -Andrew "luckychewy" Lichtenberger signed with Full Tilt Poker to become a "red pro" in May of 2010
-was born in Brooklyn, NY
-coach on Leggopoker.com
Photo: PSB - WSOP 2009
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