Robert Schulze raised under the gun to 240,000, Thomas Berryman reraised from the button to 650,000, and Schulze four-bet it to 2,090,000. Berryman thought it was an all-in and quickly called, but he still had 195,000 behind. So they would see a flop.
The flop came , and Berryman quickly moved all in out of position for 195,000. The action was on Schulze, and he either shoved himself or called, and they turned over their cards.
Berryman needed his kings to hold to stay alive.
The turn card was the , the river card was the , and Berryman won the pot with his pocket kings to double up in chips.
Thomas Berryman – 4,770,000 (60 bb)
Robert Schulze – 460,000 (6 bb)
With 48 players remaining from a field of 6,253, the average chip stack is around 2,605,000 (33 big blinds), and the remaining players are guaranteed at least $4,675 each. The next pay jump is $5,100 for 45th place.