Dylan Linde raised to 18,000 from the hijack, the player on the button called and Justin Liberto called from the big blind. They checked to the turn of a [9d8s6c5c] board where Liberto bet 17,000. Only Linde called. The river was the [8h], Liberto bet 37,000 and Linde folded.
Catching the action on the [3hTc8cKh] board, both Dylan Linde in the cutoff and his opponent in middle position committed 120,000 each to see the [2d] land on the river. The action checked to Linde, and he bet out 275,000 and his opponent folded.
No-Limit Hold'em Dylan Linde raised the button to 3,500 and Chance Kornuth defended his big blind. The [Jc8s9sTsTc] board checked through to the river where Kornuth tabled his [Ac8d] and Linde mucked.
Ryan Leng just raised under the gun to 4,500 and Dylan Linde called from the big blind. The flop brought out [6c4dTs] and Linde check-called a bet of 11,500. The turn brought the [Qh] and Linde checked again. This time Leng fired out 30,500 and after a pause, Linde called. The board
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