Philipp Gruissem was heads up with Erick Lindgren on a completed board of , and Lindren had what appeared to be a half-pot bet of 43,000 sitting in front of him. Gruissem was deep in the tank.
"Ohhhhhhhhhhh, Erick," Gruissem sighed. "Chop-chop?"
Lindgren didn't respond.
Finally, the German committed the necessary chips to make the call, and Lindgren, who won the $5,000 buy-in six-handed event in 2013, turned over .
"Chop," he said.
There was a beat, and then all six players burst into laughter. Lindgren pulled in the pot, chipping up to 220,000, and Gruissem dropped to around 190,000.