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 is a father to seven, grandfather to seven and great-grandfather to two.
The event set a record for field size for the 10th year in a row, drawing 4,407 players. It paid out $3.97 million to the top 441 finishers.