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

Main Event

Massive Double for Marshall

Derrick Yamada opened to 100,000 on the button, Cary Marshall called from the small blind, and John Deng defended his big blind.

The flop came {k-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{8-Spades}, both blinds checked, and Yamada fired 138,000. Marshall called, and Deng tanked before raising to 350,000. Yamada folded, and Marshall called.

The turn brought the {5-Spades}. Marshall slid out a tower of neon green T25,000 chips, betting 500,000, and Deng called.

There was nearly 2 million chips in the pot when the {6-Hearts} completed the board. Marshall instantly moved all in, and Deng let out a long sigh.

The all-in bet was for 770,000, and Deng made the call.

Marshall turned over {6-Spades}{6-Diamonds} for a rivered full house, and Deng was forced to show {k-Spades}{7-Spades}.

Cary Marshall 3,740,000 2,125,000
Derrick Yamada 2,110,000 -420,000
John Deng 1,450,000 -1,865,000

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Deng Bests Baskin Again

Clint Baskin opened to 115,000 from first position, John Deng called out of the big blind, and the flop came {5-Clubs}{q-Hearts}{3-Clubs}. Both players knuckled.

The turn was the {6-Spades}, Deng led for 135,000, and Baskin called.

The river was the {4-Spades}, Deng fired 305,000, and Baskin called.

Deng turned over {7-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds} for a straight, and won another pot off of Baskin.

John Deng 2,950,000 595,000
Clint Baskin 1,045,000 -560,000

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Deng Makes the Call

John Deng raised to 110,000 from the small blind, Clint Baskin called from the big blind, and the dealer fanned {9-Spades}{9-Diamonds}{4-Spades}. Deng led for 140,000, Baskin called, and the turn was the {10-Hearts}.

Deng led again - this time for 235,000 - and Baskin tank-called.

The {2-Clubs} completed the board, and Deng checked. Baskin fired 310,000, and Deng tank-called with {2-Hearts}{3-Hearts} for nines and deuces.

Baskin mucked, and Deng shipped the pot.

John Deng 2,355,000 640,000
Clint Baskin 1,605,000 -835,000

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Baskin Bests Yamada

Derrick Yamada opened to 100,000 in first position, Clint Baskin defended his big blind, and the dealer fanned {10-Clubs}{q-Spades}{8-Spades}. Baskin led for 150,000, and Yamada called.

The turn was another eight - the {8-Diamonds} - and Baskin led for 225,000. Yamada called.

The {7-Hearts} fell on the river, and Baskin fired a third and final bullet worth 240,000. Yamada scrunched his face, reached for chips, shuffled them quietly for a minute or so, and called.

Baskin tabled {k-Clubs}{q-Hearts} for queens and eights, Yamada mucked, and Baskin raked in the pot.

Derrick Yamada 3,150,000 -725,000
Clint Baskin 1,985,000 755,000

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Marshall Misses

Derrick Yamada raised to 140,000 from the small blind, Cary Marshall defended his big blind, and the dealer fanned {7-Hearts}{3-Diamonds}{6-Clubs}. Both players checked.

The turn was the {10-Hearts}, Yamada led for 135,000, and Marshall called.

The {6-Hearts} completed the board, Yamada checked, and Marshall slid out 225,000. Yamada called.

"Good call," Marshall said. "Missed."

Yamada tabled {j-}{10-} for tens and sixes, and won the pot.

Derrick Yamada 3,875,000 450,000
Cary Marshall 1,760,000 -320,000

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Yamada Wins Last Pot Before Dinner

Clint Baskin opened in first position, Derrick Yamada three-bet to 280,000 from the button, and John Deng cold-called in the big blind. Baskin folded.

The flop came {5-Clubs}{10-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds}, and both players checked. The turn was the {6-Diamonds}, Deng checked again, and Yamada fired 530,000. Deng went deep in the tank, and folded.

The players are now on a 60-minute dinner break. Here are the official counts:

Derrick Yamada 3,425,000 225,000
Cary Marshall 2,080,000 -55,000
John Deng 1,715,000 60,000
Clint Baskin 1,230,000 -120,000

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