There was already 28,000 in the middle when we arrived at the table to see Nam Le heads up in position with an opponent. The board read , and Le's opponent fired out 17,000.
Le wasn't happy with the bet, as he shook his head a few times while looking at his opponent. Le broke down his chip stack, and after about a minute or so in the tank, he slid in the call. The roles then reversed, as it was his opponent who shook his head, before mucking his hand face down. Le had to table a hand to take the pot, and he showed for aces and sixes.
After that win, Le is up to 96,000, and is looking to set himself up for a good run on Day 3.