Tag: Cary Marshall

Watts Takes out Marshall

Steven Watts started the hand by opening to 100,000 from under the gun plus one. The action then folded around to Cary Marshall in the big blind, who tanked over his decision. “If I’m going to do anything, it’s going to be all in.

Marshall Doubles

Cary Marshall fired 100,000 on the flop. Erkut Yilmaz raised to 300,000, and Marshall tank-shoved all in for 635,000. Yilmaz called with the . Marshall held the . The turn was the and the river the .

Marshall Counterfeited

On the paired flop, Cary Marshall check-called a bet of 100,000 from Erkut Yilmaz. The turn was the , and Yilmaz fired 180,000 after Marshall checked. Marshall again called.

After Being Down To One Big Blind, Fernandez Goes Over 1.1 Million

Last year, it was champion Greg Merson who was down to three big blinds on the bubble before running his stack back up and eventually winning the event. This year, Pedro Fernandez could very well be that story.

Marshall Commits on the River

Cary Marshall opened to 52,000 from under the gun plus one, before Oliver Price raised it up to 122,000 from middle position. The action folded back around to Marshall, who made the call. The flop came down , and Marshall checked.

Luca Moschitta Eliminated By Cary Marshall

Cary Marshall opened to 50,000 in the hijack and Oliver Price three-bet to 127,000 in the cutoff. Luca Moschitta four-bet all in for 670,000 from the small blind and after about two minutes, Marshall called.

Gazes Hits the Rail

Kristy Gazes jammed 163,000 after action folded to her on the button. Cary Marshall announced a call in the small blind, and the big blind folded immediately. "I like your hand," Gazes said before the players showed.

Richey Doubles Through Marshall

Cary Marshall bet 38,000 after the flop in a blind versus blind battle with Brett Richey. Richey jammed his stack of 377,000, and Marshall began thinking. After a couple of minutes, he announced a call.

Marshall Calls Twice, Then Check-Jams

Joe Tehan opened to 1,300 in middle position, Cary Marshall called in the small blind, and Jonathan Hilton three-bet to 3,600 out of the big blind. Tehan opted to put in a fourth bet, making it 7,200, and again Marshall called.

Liu Ousted

Ping Liu moved all in from early position for his last 525 and Joseph McKeehen promptly three-bet to 1,100.

You Got It, Dude

Cary Marshall checked on a board of , and Rex Clinkscales tossed out 1,750. Marshall called. The completed the board, Marshall checked again, and Clinkscales fired what looked like 7,050.

Marshall Doubles

Ping Liu had 4,500 sitting in front of him on a flop of . Cary Marshall moved all in for 10,475, and Liu called. Liu: Marshall: The turn and river bricked , respectively, and Marshall doubled to around 23,000 chips.

And Another Thing!

There was a accidentally exposed before Joe Tehan raised to 450 from the cutoff. Rex Clinkscales called on the button, both blinds released, and the dealer fanned . Tehan led out for 500, and Clinkscales called.

Former WSOP Circuit Main Event Champ Flushed

In November of last year, Cary Marshall won the World Series of Poker Circuit Harveys Lake Tahoe Main Event for $139,260 after beating a 422-player field.

Harveys Lake Tahoe Main Event Champ in the House

In November of last year, Cary Marshall took down the World Series of Poker Circuit Harveys Lake Tahoe Main Event.

Cary Marshall Eliminated in 26th Place ($7,961)

Cary Marshall opened with a raise to 35,000 from under the gun, then John Bowman reraised to 80,000 from middle position. It folded back around to Todd Osborne in the big blind who called the three-bet, then Marshall called as well.

Dragic Doubles

After a series of preflop bets and raises, Milan Dragic was all in and at risk preflop for 378,000 holding . Cary Marshall had him at risk, holding . The board ran out , and Dragic doubled to 780,000 chips. Marshall dropped down to 280,000.

Fitzpatrick Loses One, Still Over One Million

After winning what looks like a big pot off Cary Marshall, Jeremiah Fitzpatrick has crossed the million-chip threshold. He almost dipped back under in a pot against Mark Handy, where Handy fired 125,000 on a board of .

Marshall! Marshall! Marshall!

Damjan Radanov opened to 6,500 from under the gun, and three players called including Cary Marshal (middle position), Norman Mckeldin (small blind), and Farrell Rutledge (big blind).

Bronshtein Bounced

Yuval Bronshtein has been eliminated here at the start of Level 10, and unfortunately for him his final hand included a costly misstep that hastened his departure.