With the board showing on the turn, it appeared that Christina Gollins checked, Johnny Bromberg bet, Gollins moved all in, and Bromberg snap-called with for a king-high straight.
Gollins turned over for a set of queens, and Bromberg needed to avoid a pair on the board to stay alive.
The river card was the , and Bromberg won the pot with his ace-high straight to double up in chips and take the chip lead.
Johnny Bromberg – 15,650,000 (104 bb)
Christina Gollins – 10,200,000 (68 bb)
With 22 players remaining from a field of 6,253, the average chip stack is around 5,675,000 (38 big blinds), and the remaining players are guaranteed at least $6,810 each. The next pay jump is $7,430 for 21st place.