Jackie Glazier started the day with just over the starting stack and was then looking good to double up holding against an opponent's . Unfortunately that hand ended up as a chopped pot and it was back to square one for Glazier. However, Glazier has now managed to increase her stack up to almost 50,000 in chips, courtesy of a hand we recently watched.
When we arrived at the table, there was already a flop out on the felt and it was Glazier first to act against the player on the button. There was over 3,000 in the pot and Glazier led for 2,500. Her opponent called and a was dealt on the turn. This time Glazier checked and so too did her opponent. On the river, Glazier led for 5,050 and after plenty of thought, her opponent called. When Glazier tabled , it was enough to send her opponent's cards into the muck and the pot into her stack.
Readers may recall that Glazier finished second in Event 41: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em, taking home just shy of $500,000 in prize money. Glazier will surely be looking for similar success here.