We met Kenneth Lind last year at the World Series of Poker's final table stage, where the smiling sexagenarian took down the Seniors Championship for a life-changing $634,809 score.
Lind is a gregarious fellow prone to backclaps and banter, and his genuine interest in the players he meets during his tournament travels is evident in every exchange. Like Barry Greenstein before him, this WSOP champion has taken to giving a gift to players who bust him from a tournament, and while Lind's calling card is not as flashy as an autographed copy of Ace on the River, it holds a certain meaning nonetheless.
Lind is in the house here today, competing in the WSOP one year after achieving his greatest accomplishment on the felt. We'll be sure to let you know if and when Lind's signature calling card comes out of the wallet to greet a player he busted, or the opponent who sends him to the rail.