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2012-13 World Series of Poker Circuit Event - Harveys Lake Tahoe

Main Event

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Derrick Yamada had the button, and raised to 120,000. Cary Marshall called, and the flop came {j-Clubs}{4-Clubs}{5-Diamonds}. Marshall knuckled, Yamada fired 70,000, and Marshall called.

The turn brought the {7-Diamonds}, both players checked, and the {10-Spades} completed the board. Marshall led for 150,000, and won the pot.

Cary Marshall 6,170,000 130,000
Derrick Yamada 2,280,000 -130,000

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Marshall Back Over 6 Million

Derrick Yamada had the button and raised to 120,000. Cary Marshall called.

The flop came {6-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}, Marshall checked, and Yamada continued for 90,000. Marshall called.

The {9-Spades} turned, Marshall led out for 200,000, and Yamada called.

The river was the {7-Diamonds}, Marshall checked, and Yamada tossed out 130,000. Marshall check-raised to 400,000, and Yamada folded.

Cary Marshall 6,040,000 320,000
Derrick Yamada 2,410,000 -320,000

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Marshall Bounces Back

Derrick Yamada limped in on the button, Cary Marshall raised to 160,000 total, and Yamada called.

The flop came {3-Diamonds}{9-Spades}{5-Diamonds}, Marshall checked, and Yamada fired 105,000. Marshall check-raised to 210,000, and Yamada called.

The turn was the {10-Clubs}, Marshall led for 300,000, and Yamada called.

The {k-Diamonds} completed the board, Marshall tanked before firing 400,000, and Yamada instantly folded.

Cary Marshall 5,720,000 680,000
Derrick Yamada 2,730,000 -680,000

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Yamada Doubles on Second Hand

Cary Marshall limped in on the button, Derrick Yamada checked, and the flop came {q-Spades}{6-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}. Yamada checked, Marshall fired 100,000, and Yamada check-raised to 380,000. Marshall moved all in for effectively 1.635 million, and Yamada snapped it off.

Marshall: {q-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}
Yamada: {q-Clubs}{6-Clubs}

The turn and river came {4-Spades}, {a-Hearts} respectively, and Yamada doubled on the second hand of heads-up play.

Cary Marshall 5,040,000 -1,665,000
Derrick Yamada 3,410,000 1,665,000

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John Deng Eliminated in 3rd Place ($62,882)

John Deng - 3rd Place
John Deng - 3rd Place

Cary Marshall raised to 120,000 on the button. John Deng three-bet to 320,000 from the small blind, and after Derrick Yamada folded, Marshall quickly called.

The flop came {5-Clubs}{k-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}, Deng moved all in, and Marshall called.

Marshall: {q-Spades}{j-Clubs}
Deng: {6-Clubs}{6-Hearts}

Marshall was ahead, and held as the turn and river came {2-Clubs}, {3-Clubs} respectively.

Deng is eliminated in third place, while Marshall has a massive lead going into heads-up play.

Cary Marshall 6,705,000 1,085,000
John Deng Busted

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Marshall Increasing Lead

John Deng opened to 120,000 on the button, Cary Marshall defended his big blind, and the flop came {4-Diamonds}{a-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}. Marshall checked, Deng continued for 140,000, Marshall check-raised to 300,000, and Deng called.

The turn was the {6-Hearts}, Marshall led for 375,000, and Deng folded.

Cary Marshall 5,620,000 500,000
John Deng 1,005,000 -580,000

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Marshall "Splits"

John Deng raised on the button, Cary Marshall defended his big blind, and the flop came {k-Spades}{9-Spades}{2-Diamonds}. Marshall checked, Deng tossed out 145,000, and Marshall check-raised to 350,000. Deng called.

The turn brought the {q-Hearts}, and both players checked.

The {9-Diamonds} fell on the river, and Marshall led for 350,000. Deng cleared his throat and crossed his arms. He reached for chips, cut out enough to call, then glared at Marshall and called.

"We split," Marshall announced, tabling {k-Hearts}{5-Clubs}.

Deng did not have a king however, and mucked his hand.

Cary Marshall 5,355,000 1,200,000
John Deng 1,270,000 -1,160,000

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