In a hand that surprised the table in a few different ways, Emmanuel Francoeur came out on top and captured another bounty.
It was a three-way pot between Gary Lucci, Ryan Jensen and Francoeur. With roughly 20K in the middle, the action was checked to the player in position, Francoeur, on a board. Francoeur bet 17K, only to have Lucci check-raise all in for roughly 55K. This put Jensen in a tough spot, who tanked and counted his stack before eventually finding a fold. Francoeur asked for the count and made the call in short order. The players made their discards and hands were tabled. It was for Lucci with an open-ended straight draw, which drew gasps from around the table, and for Francoeur with top-top. The turn brought the , giving Lucci a pair, but Francoeur took it for a straight card and he vented his exasperation until another player at the table pointed out the situation. The river card was the , allowing Francoeur’s hand to stand, giving him another bounty.