Jason Potter entered the pot with a raise only to have Luke Staudenmaier three-bet to 13,200 from the button.
Once the blinds passed, Potter slid out a four-bet amounting to 18,300. Staudenmaier sat there emotionless for close to a minute before sliding in a tower of yellow 1,000-denomination chips amounting to a five-bet of 36,600.
As Potter sat in the tank contemplating a tournament-altering decision for his final 100,000, Tim West would call for the clock after nearly four minutes went by.
Courtesy of the Prahlad Friedman dilemma that occurred last year, when the clock is called, a 70-second timer is started and placed directly in front of the player who's decision is being waited on. Once the timer buzzer sounds, his hand will be deemed dead.
As Potter now sit there with a timer placed just inches from his cards, he eventually chose to fold after roughly half the timer had expired.
"Show me a bluff Luke?" asked Potter, but Staudenmaier just pushed his cards at the muck and moved to just under 200,000 in chips.