When we arrived at Jackie Glazier's table, there was a flop already out on the felt and Glazier was in the small blind position against Orjan Skommo on the button. There was already a big pot building, with around 80,000 in the middle from preflop action.
On the flop, Glazier slid out a continuation-bet of 40,000. Skommo then raised it up an extra 60,000. Without too much hesitation, Glazier slid out a large stack of 5,000-denomination chips, making a bet of what looked like 120,000 - making it a min raise. We say "what looked like", because the stack was back in Glazier's hands extremely quick, as Skommo instantly folded to send the handy pot to Glazier.
Readers may remember that Glazier has already a successful summer, finishing in 2nd place in Event 41: $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em. The Australian poker pro will surely be looking to see even more success here in the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event.