With the board reading and around 4,000 in the pot, Nicholas Palma had a bet of 2,450 in front of him and was facing an all in for 8,000 total.
Palma went into the tank for several minutes and asked a number of questions to his opponent who was unresponsive and remained still with a smile on his face.
Palma eventually called with and was up against his opponent's .
The river was a blank and Palma knocked out his opponent.
As he was gathering the pot, Palma asked to no one in particular if his call was a nit-roll to which no one responded. So he then specifically asked Shannon Shorr who replied that Palma was asking the wrong guy.