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  • Glazier Falls, Then Doubles 09-06-2013

    After late registering into the APPT Melbourne Main Event, the newly-patched 888poker star Jackie Glazier had some early troubles, but a recent double up has her back in good shape.

  • Anton Morgenstern Leads Final 27; Jackie Glazier Falls in 31st
    Anton Morgenstern Leads Final 27; Jackie Glazier Falls in 31st 07-15-2013

    That's it for Level 29, and the entire day, as rapid eliminations all day long have caused a stoppage after just four levels. With 27 players remaining, Anton Morgenstern will lead the way heading into Day 7. He bagged up a whopping 21.

  • Jackie Glazier Eliminated in 31st Place ($229,281)
    Jackie Glazier Eliminated in 31st Place ($229,281) 07-15-2013

    Sergio Castelluccio raised to 200,000 from middle position, and Jackie Glazier jammed her 1,975,000 stack from the big blind. Castelluccio called immediately.

  • Glazier Wins Blind Battle with Timoshenko 07-15-2013

    Yevgeniy Timoshenko completed the blind after action folded to his small blind. Jackie Glazier checked her option, and the flop came . Timoshenko bet 150,000, and Glazier called.

  • Glazier Doubles in Flip
    Glazier Doubles in Flip 07-15-2013

    Yevgeniy Timoshenko opened for 180,000 under the gun, and Jackie Glazier pushed all of it in the middle from his left. Action folded to Jack Amyx, who jammed for 2,870,000 in the small blind, and the big blind and Timoshenko folded.

  • Second Break of Day 6: Chris Lindh Jumps into the Lead
    Second Break of Day 6: Chris Lindh Jumps into the Lead 07-15-2013

    Two levels of play are complete on Day 6 of the Main Event. After 12 eliminations during the first level, 10 more were sent to rail during the past level. There are now only 46 players remaining. Chris Lindh is now the current chip leader.

  • Tran's Trips Take it 07-15-2013

    Yevgeniy Timoshenko raised to 130,000 from early position, and Jackie Glazier called from his left. JC Tran called from the small blind, and the big blind folded. Everyone checked the flop, and the turn was the .

  • Glazier Doubles Through Tran 07-15-2013

    JC Tran opened to 130,000, and Jack Amyx made the call from middle position. Jackie Glazier jammed from the cutoff for 1,430,000, and Tran made the call after action folded back to him. Amyx mucked his hand.

  • Glazier Barrels, Gives Up 07-15-2013

    Jackie Glazier opened for 120,000 under the gun, and Jack Amyx on the button was the only caller. The flop came , and Glazier continuation-bet 185,000. Amyx made the call, and the turn brought a .

  • Walthaus Jams on Glazier 07-15-2013

    Jackie Glazier raised to 115,000 from middle position, and Jorn Walthaus three-bet it to 330,000 from the small blind. Glazier called quickly. Walthaus bet 305,000 on the flop, and Glazier raised it to 710,000.

  • Vladimir Geshkenbein Eliminated in 62nd Place ($123,597)
    Vladimir Geshkenbein Eliminated in 62nd Place ($123,597) 07-15-2013

    Vladimir Geshkenbein moved all in for 1.45 million preflop, and Jackie Glazier snapped him off in the big blind.

  • Kawauti Doubles Again 07-15-2013

    Jackie Glazier opened with a raise to 105,000 from early position and it folded around to Sylvain Loosli in the cutoff seat who called.

  • That's the End of Day 5; Rustom Leads with Glazier and Mortensen Still Alive
    That's the End of Day 5; Rustom Leads with Glazier and Mortensen Still Alive 07-14-2013

    After 239 players began, the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event has been cut down to just 68 players after the conclusion of Day 5.

  • Le Floch Wins Back-to-Back Hands 07-14-2013

    Anton Morgenstern opened to 80,000 and Yevgeniy Timoshenko called before Nicolas Le Floch three-bet the button to 250,000. Morgenstern folded and Timoshenko called as the dealer dropped a flop and both players checked.

  • River Gives Glazier Huge Double Through Johnson
    River Gives Glazier Huge Double Through Johnson 07-14-2013

    We came on yet another huge hand — and really, most of them are huge here late on Day 5 of the World Series of Poker Main Event — this one pitting Jackie Glazier and Chris Johnson.

  • Ace-Jack Fails Lange
    Ace-Jack Fails Lange 07-14-2013

    Shortly after Annette Obrestad's elimination, a hand arose on one of the outer tables involving Chris Kinane and Beverly Lange.

  • Glazier Over Timoshenko 07-14-2013

    Just before the last break, Jackie Glazier and Yevgeniy Timoshenko were involved in a big hand that saw about 700,000 find its way into the middle by the river with the board showing .

  • Last Break of the Night: Sami Rustom Leads With One Level to Go
    Last Break of the Night: Sami Rustom Leads With One Level to Go 07-14-2013

    Four levels are complete, with one more still to be played on Day 5 on the Main Event.

  • Le Floch Flops a Wheel 07-14-2013

    From the hijack seat, Matthew Huey opened with a raise to 65,000. Nicolas Le Floch called in the cutoff seat, Jackie Glazier called from the button, and Timothy Nuter called from the big blind.

  • Four Women Make Top 100 07-14-2013

    With Kima Kimura's recent elimination in 100th place, that means four women have made the top 100 in this year's WSOP Main Event. Of the three who remain, Jackie Glazier of Melbourne, Australia has the most chips at present with about 1.

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