Dylan Linde has found plenty of success in the poker world, but it’s mostly been on the virtual felt, where has banked about $5.5 million as “ImaLucSac” on PokerStars, according to PocketFives. Live, he had accumulated nearly $1 million in cashes, but it was made up of smaller cashes and he was still looking for that first big win.
He got it Monday evening at the World Series of Poker Horseshoe Hammond Main Event, taking down a field of 1,308 players for a career-best score of $348,269. He also grabbed his first WSOPC ring and a $10,000 seat into the WSOP Global Casino Championship.
Official Final Table Results
|1||Dylan Linde||Coeur D’Alene, ID||$348,269|
|2||Arif Rahim||Skokie, IL||$215,820|
|3||Zach Rieselman||Independence, KY||$158,392|
|4||Ronald Sewell||Shelby, NC||$119,682|
|5||Brad Albrinck||Cincinnati, OH||$91,331|
|6||Nic Ditrapani||Rolling Meadows, IL||$70,298|
|7||Ben Keeline||Oswego, IL||$54,740|
|8||David Hengen||Omaha, NE||$43,125|
|9||Michael Campbell||Cleveland, TN||$34,374|