Cary Marshall limped in on the button, Derrick Yamada checked, and the flop came . 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.
The turn and river came , respectively, and Yamada doubled on the second hand of heads-up play.
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