Marius Gierse raised from the button to 250,000, Kharlin Sued moved all in from the small blind for 700,000, and Gierse called with .
Sued turned over , and needed it to hold to stay alive.
The board came , and Sued won the pot with his ace to double up in chips.
Kharlin Sued – 1,600,000 (16 bb)
Marius Gierse – 7,500,000 (75 bb)
With 24 players remaining from a field of 1,692, the average chip stack is around 3,525,000 (35 big blinds), and the remaining players are guaranteed at least $29,480 each.
Action is scheduled to continue tonight for as long as it takes to get down to the final two tables (16 players).