The action folded to Ping Liu, who moved all in from the small blind. John Song called all-in for around ten big blinds, and the hands were opened:
The board ran out , and Song was eliminated.
Cary Marshall opened to 80,000 from the cutoff seat, John Deng three-bet to 210,000 on his direct left, and the action folded back to Marshall, who folded as well.
Deng tabled .
John Song opened in the cutoff, Cary Marshall called on the button, and the flop was the . Song led for 120,000, Marshall called, and the turn was the .
Song checked, Marshall said, "same bet," tossing out 120,000, and Song called.
The completed the board, Song checked again, and Marshall fired 250,000.
Song tanked for a very long time, and eventually folded. Marshall mucked the winner, and picked up the pot.
John Deng opened in early position, Derrick Yamada called in the hijack seat, and the flop came . Deng check-called 65,000 from Yamada, and the turn brought the . Deng led for 100,000. Yamada min-raised to 200,000, Deng moved all in for 605,000, and Yamada went into the tank.
He sat back in his chair with his arms crossed, studying both the board and Deng. He eventually slid forward enough chips to call.
Deng flopped a full house, but Yamada could make the best hand with an ace, jack, or ten. The river was the however, and Deng doubled.
Cary Marshall opened to 60,000 in middle position, Clint Baskin three-bet to 150,000 on the button, and Marshall called. The dealer fanned , Marshall checked, and Baskin fired 300,000. Marshall moved all in, and Baskin snapped it off.
Marshall had Baskin crushed with a set, and the turn and river came , respectively.
Marshall doubled, while Baskin continued his roller-coaster day.
Derrick Yamada opened to 60,000 from under the gun, John Deng called on the button, Clint Baskin defended his big blind, and the dealer fanned . Baskin checked, Yamada fired 90,000, Deng released, and Baskin raised to 270,000. Yamada tank-called.
The turn was the , Baskin led for 500,000, and Yamada folded.
Jesse Rockowitz opened to 60,000 from early position, Ping Liu three-bet jammed on the button, and Dick Hanley called all in from the big blind. Rockowitz quickly folded, and the hands were tabled.
The flop fell , giving Hanley a backdoor flush draw, and the on the turn kept that draw alive.
It was not to be however as the completed the board, giving Liu a full house for kicks and giggles, and eliminating Hanley from the Main Event.
Dick Hanley moved all in for 255,000 early position, and won the pot.
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Posted 11-19-2012 16:36 GMT-7 by SantanaBandana
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