Ben Mintz opened the pot to 60,000 from middle position, and Zo Karim flatted a couple seats over. On the button, Peter Feldman squeezed all in for 703,000, and Mintz ducked out of the way. Karim made the call, though, having worked his short stack up to an amount that covered his opponent. Feldman was at risk, and the cards were on their backs.
The board gave nothing to "Nordberg" as it came to send him on his way. For Karim, these chips have been a long time coming. He's been short-stacked the whole way, and this knockout pot finally puts him just a few thousands chips short of the average.