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Jackie Glazier Exits WSOP Main Event

Jackie Glazier Exits WSOP Main Event

There are just 28 players left in this year’s World Series of Poker Main Event. Anton Morgenstern is leading the way with 21.8 million chips however, all the attention in the last level was on JC Tran, Carlos Mortensen and the last woman left in the event, Jackie Glazier.

Jackie Glazier Exits WSOP Main Event

There are no women left in the WSOP Main Event after Jackie Glazier was knocked out by Sergio Castelluccio

Tran and Mortensen both increased their chip counts in the final two hours and are now in the top six chip counts. However, things didn’t go so well for Glazier, she couldn’t manage to win a hand and was eliminated in 31st place and took home winnings of $229,281.

Glazier was knocked out when Sergio Castelluccio raised to 200,000 from middle position and she went all in for 1,975,999 from the big blind with Ace Clubs and Queen Spades. Castelluccio called with two red tens and the flop was not kind to Glazier. The flop produced a full house for Castelluccio as the dealer turned over three nines.

Going into the next day of play Morgenstern has 21,955,000 chips, Sylvain Loosli is second in the count with 13,125,000 and Chris Lindh is third with 12,030,000.

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