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  1. Dylan 'ImaLucSac' Linde entered the Season XVII WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic final table second in chips among the last six competitors. A dominating performance from Linde followed that earned him his first World Poker Tour title and a $1.631 million payday. "Incredible… I'm stunned, I'm stunned," Linde said after the victory, noticeably searching for the right words in the winning moment. "I was in for a lot of bullets in this tournament - I was in for five bullets - and all I wanted to do was get even. I was like, 'OK, I need to get 24th place and then I make like 8K, that’s grea
  2. [caption width="640"] Lichtenberger launched LuckyChewy Poker this month (Image c/o LuckyChewy Poker)[/caption]Andrew ‘luckychewy’ Lichtenberger is used to being a figurative boss at the tables. The poker pro, who has over $8.5 million in live tournament earnings, now has his sights set on being a literal boss, one in charge of an online poker site. Lichtenberger recently launched LuckyChewyPoker.com in beta mode. The online poker client currently allows free play tables and is part of a larger-scale project which includes a poker forum, poker training and, hopefully in the future, real m
  3. The WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic and the televised WPT Alpha8 Las Vegas both wrapped up in recent days, with two members of the PocketFives community taking home titles. We'll start with the larger payday, $2.1 million, which went to Andrew luckychewy Lichtenberger (pictured) for taking down the Alpha8 event. In fact, it was the largest Alpha8 ever. The tournament attracted 55 entries and generated a prize pool that passed $5.3 million. In the end, Lichtenberger took home his first career seven-figure tournament score and outlasted Tom Marchese heads-up. It was his third WPT final t

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