Cary Marshall had the button and opened to 190,000. Derrick Yamada three-bet to 515,000, and Marshall called.
The dealer fanned , and Yamada led for 425,000. Marshall called.
The turn was the , Yamada checked, and Marshall moved all in. Yamada shot him a sharp look. then turned his attention to the board. His hands were still, his left on his cards and his right on the felt, and then he reached for chips.
He did not commit anymore however, he folded.
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