Utah Man, 68, Wins Seniors Championship At World Series Of Poker Ken Lind, 68, won the Seniors Championship of the World Series of Poker early Monday at the Rio Convention Center. Lind, who lives in Layton, Utah, earned $634,809, as well as his first bracelet for the victory, the first time he has cashed in a WSOP tournament. He
June 18, 2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal
LATEST NEWS Layton resident Ken Lind emerged the victor Monday after a 14-hour third day of competition at the Rio casino in Las Vegas. Lind is a great-grandfather who says he taught himself to play poker and got into the tournament with some prodding from a friend.
June 18, 2013 - Stamford Advocate
Vernon Wells in CBC.ca He proved what he could do last year,said Wells of Lind. "I'll have quite a few chances to drive in some runs with those guys [Hill and Lind] ahead of me."
Mark Cohon in International Herald Tribune All of the tea leaves are indicating that it's shifting,Cohon said Friday. "You have guys like Ted Rogers and Larry Tanenbaum and Phil Lind, very powerful Canadians who are interested; you have an owner in Ralph Wilson in Buffalo who has...