We don't know how the action went preflop, but we do know Jackie Glazier was heads up against an unknown opponent with a flop spread. Glazier checked and her later positioned opponent bet out 4,100. Action went back to Glazier who took her time before throwing out two orange chips for a raise, making it 10,000. It was the later positioned player's turn again and he took a minute or two measuring out his chips.
Eventually Glazier's opponent grabbed a stack of orange and yellow chips and place it in the middle. The bet was for all of Glazier's chips, and she snap called. Cards were turned over and things were deeply in Glazier's favor.
Both players possessed sets, but it was Glazier's jacks that were superior. As long as Glazier could avoid a seven on the turn or the river she would get her double up.
The on the turn changed nothing, and neither did the on the river. Glazier received her double up and is back up to a healthy stack early here at the Main Event.