During the second half of the poker game, Le Chiffre makes an attempt to eliminate Bond as a contestant by arranging to have Bond's drink poisoned. Bond recognizes the signs, tries to purge himself of the poison and then heads to his car where he can connect with a team back in Britain. Bond connects himself to a defibrillator but is unable to make it work, due to a loose connection, and his heart stops. Who reconnects the loose plug and presses the button to restart Bond's heart?
Answer: Vesper Lynd
Vesper finds him dead in the car and acts quickly, saving his life. Everyone wants Bond to go to the hospital, but he insists on returning to the game, much to Le Chiffre's surprise. Bond's casual comment of "Very sorry...that last hand nearly killed me." is classic Bond.