i remember that. when they came back from commercial before the hand took place they had showed sousas cards. norman chad said he had taken the chip lead by going all in on 6 straight hands, and four of the hands were AA, AJo, ATo, and QQ. thunder had to respect the fact that sousa had gone in the previous times with quality starting hands and could easily have AA, any K, or 22 on the big blind. it was impressive that sousa had the balls to make the play, knowing he was going up against the only stack at the table that could cripple him. and hes a boston boy, so i got much respect for him.
a similar situation happened at a tourney at foxwoods. guy goes all in with the board J28A, with two spades. he's HU with another guy whos contemplating calling, another player tells the guy whos thinking, "You better have it, if you got it, just call and see what happens." original bettor jumps up and says, "What, you telling him to call? Don't be tellin him what to do." then sits down disgusted. guy calls, original bettor turns over AA, caller was on a straight draw, needed a Q but probably figured if he caught his K that would help him too. missed it, busted out. i thought the bettor was geniunly pissed off, he fooled me.