With the board showing on the turn, Rohit Palla got it all in from the button for 685,000 with for a set of eights, and he had Charlemagne Benjamin drawing dead in the hijack with for a pair of aces.
The meaningless river card was the , and Palla doubled up in chips.
Rohit Palla – 2,875,000 (29 bb)
Charlemagne Benjamin – 1,330,000 (13 bb)
With 30 players remaining from a field of 6,253, the average chip stack is around 4,170,000 (42 big blinds), and the remaining players are guaranteed at least $5,570 each. The next pay jump is $6,190 for 27th place.