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Tag: Derrick Yamada

Yamada's Two Pair Takes It

On a flop of , an early position player checked to Derrick Yamada who bet 450. The third player in the hand called and the original player folded. We were heads up to the turn which was the .

Yamada Falls to Butler

Derrick Yamada had hopes of making his second Circuit Main Event final table, after finishing runner up in Lake Tahoe last year but he fell just short of his goal, busting in 22nd place.

Yamada Doubles A Short Stack

Derrick Yamada raised it up to 3,000 in early position, and a middle position player moved all in his last 15,600. Yamada made the call, and the cards were tabled.

Day 1 Chip Leader Busto

Derrick Yamada came into today with the chip lead, and he surely had hopes of repeating his final table success from Lake Tahoe, where he finished runner up.

Tehan Taking Over

Everytime we walk by Joe Tehan's table, it seems like he's collected another bounty. Tehan has a ridiculous stack, that by our best estimation is around 550,000.

New Chip Leader: Derrick Yamada

Looking around the room, there are a few stacks of unknown players that are at or around the 100,000.

Derek Yamada Eliminated in 2nd Place ($86,056)

Derrick Yamada opened to 200,000, Cary Marshall defended, and the flop was . Marshall check-called a bet, and the turn was the . Marshall checked, Yamada slid out 500,000, and Marshall quickly called.

Yamada's One Pair

Cary Marshall limped in, Derrick Yamada checked, and the flop fell . Both players checked. The turn was the , Yamada led for 150,000, and Marshall called. The completed the board, and Yamada checked.

Marshall's Monster

Cary Marshall opened on the button, Derrick Yamada called, and the flop came We unfortunately missed the flop and turn action, but on the river, with the board reading , Cary Marshall checked to Derrick Yamada, who fired 505,000.

Big One for Marshall

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.

Huge Pot for Yamada

Derrick Yamada had the button and opened to 160,000. Cary Marshall called, the flop was , and Marshall check-called 110,000 from Yamada. The turn was the , Marshall led for 275,000, and Yamada called.

Yamada Wins Three-Bet Pot

Derrick Yamada had the button and opened to 160,000. Cary Marshall three-bet to 330,000, and Yamada called. The flop fell , Marshall led for 350,000, and Yamada min-raised to 700,000. Marshall released, and Yamada raked in the pot.

Marshall Back to 5 Million

Cary Marshall limped in, Derrick Yamada checked, and the flop was . Yamada checked, and Marshall fired 130,000. Yamada called. The turn was the , Yamada check-called 200,000 from Marshall, and the river was the . Both players checked.

A Three-Bet

After a couple of raise-and-takes, Derrick Yamada opened to 160,000 with the button. Cary Marshall three-bet to 355,000, and Yamada folded.

"Don't Bother"

Derrick Yamada opened to 160,000 with the button, and Cary Marshall defended his big blind. The flop fell , Marshall checked, and Yamada continued for 230,000. Marshall called.

Yamada Closing the Gap

Cary Marshall limped in on the button, Derrick Yamada raised to 240,000, and Marshall called. The dealer fanned , Yamada led for 130,000, and Marshall called. The turn was the , Yamada checked, and Marshall fired 175,000.

Yamada Rivers a Better Pair

Derrick Yamada raised to 160,000 with the button. Cary Marshall called, and the flop fell . Marshall checked, Yamada continued for 130,000, and Marshall called. The turn was another seven - the - and Marshall checked again.

Marshall Fights Back

Cary Marshall limped in on the button, Derrick Yamada checked in the big blind, and the flop was . Yamada checked, Marshall fired 120,000, and Yamada called. The turn was the , Yamada checked again, and Marshall checked behind.

Yamada Takes One

Derrick Yamada limped in on the button, Cary Marshall checked his option, and the flop fell . Both players checked. The turn was the , Marshall checked again, and Yamada fired 90,000. Marshall called.

More for Marshall

Derrick Yamada had the button, and raised to 120,000. Cary Marshall called, and the flop came . Marshall knuckled, Yamada fired 70,000, and Marshall called. The turn brought the , both players checked, and the completed the board.

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