Charlemagne Benjamin was all in from UTG+1 for 1,350,000 with , and he needed to improve to stay alive against the of James Kerr in the hijack.
The board came , and Benjamin turned a gutshot straight draw, but improved no further. Kerr won the pot with his pocket queens to eliminate Benjamin in 27th place.
James Kerr – 4,575,000 (37 bb)
Charlemagne Benjamin – Eliminated in 27th Place ($6,190)
With 26 players remaining from a field of 6,253, the average chip stack is around 4,800,000 (38 big blinds), and the remaining players are guaranteed at least $6,190 each. The next pay jump is $6,810 for 24th place.