Hooman Nikzad only had about 25,000 chips left to start the hand, and they all went in rather quickly against Eric Buchman. Nikzad began with ( ) , and he was an underdog against Buchman's ( ) .
Nikzad ran out () / / (x) and it was not going to be good news. Buchman's board came () / / (), and Nikzad was board-locked by sixth street. His seventh card was meaningless, and he's out in 14th place.