The player on the button open-pushed all in for his last 70,000 and directly behind him in the small blind, Allan Le also announced he was all in for about 140,000. The opponent behind *him* then announced he was also all in for less - about 97,000. All three hands were then revealed.
The board meant that both of Le's opponent's would get a portion of Le's stack, with the player on the button getting the main pot.
By the time Le's opponents were done stacking what were once his own chips, he was left with just 40,000 behind.