Fan & Contender: Five Diamond Champ Dylan Linde Might Go for Gusto at The U.S. Poker Open

Dylan Linde could be one of the contenders at the U.S. Poker Open if things break right for him.

The U.S. Poker Open gets underway on February 13th with the $10,000 No Limit Hold'em tournament and until then you can read a daily story on one of the contenders for the Championship trophy and the $100,000 first prize. Today, we caught up with recent World Poker Tour Five Diamond

Heads Up with Remko – Dylan Linde

Dylan Linde joins Remko on the Heads Up Podcast.

A few weeks ago, Dylan Linde took down the massive World Poker Tour Five Diamond Poker Classic for $1.6 million. This win eclipsed Linde’s biggest score ever by a huge margin and he joins the podcast to talk about the long road he traveled to finally get what he wanted

Dylan Linde Claims World Poker Tour Five Diamond Victory for $1.6 Million!

Dylan Linde with his girlfriend Alyssa and their dog River after he took down the biggest tournament of his career. (Photo courtesy of the WPT.)

He's one of the most beloved and well-respected on the international tournament scene both live and online, and tonight he finally managed to get the monkey of his back. Dylan Linde won the World Poker Tour Five Diamond Poker Classic Main Event beating a field of 1,001 entries to capture

WPT Five Diamond Final Table Live on PokerGO

PokerGO is your home for World Poker Tour Season XVII action and the Five Diamond World Poker Classic final table is live! The $10,000 buy-in event broke records and now two seven-figure prizes are up top, with $1.6 million awaiting the winner. A spot in the WPT’s Champions Club is

Stacked Final 6 of WPT Five Diamond Headlined by Andrew Lichtenberger

Andrew Lichtenberger remains in contention for his first WPT title. (Photo courtesy of the WPT.)

The final table is set for the biggest World Poker Tour Five Diamond Poker Classic in history as just six players remain to contend for the $1.6 million first prize from a field of 1,001. The final table is headlined by WPT Alpha 8 and WSOP bracelet winner Andrew Lichtenberger

Calvin Anderson Leads Biggest WPT Five Diamond in History

Calvin Anderson looks for his first WPT title bagging the chip lead after Day 2. (Photo courtesy of the World Poker Tour)

The World Poker Tour Five Diamond World Poker Classic has shattered its previous record of 812 as 1,001 entries combined to create a $1.6 million first prize and more than a million for second place. Coming into Day 3, Calvin Anderson leads the way with a legion of big names

WPT Five Diamond Day 1: Star-Studded and Record-Breaking

The 2012 WSOP Main Event winner Martin Jacobson is in strong contention heading into Day 2 of WPT Five Diamond.

One of the poker calendar's most exciting events kicked off on Tuesday at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, resulting in 697 entries creating the biggest Day 1 in the history of this event. Leading the way after 10 levels of play is Milos Skrbic with 205,500 chips while former World