A player from early position started this wild hand off by raising it up to 6,500. The table folded around to Ryan D'Angelo on the button who made it 14,000. Pascal LeFrancois was up next and he four-bet to 29,500. The early position player got out of the way and we were back to D'Angelo who took a few moments before announcing "all in", he was quickly called by LeFrancois. D'Angelo was the one with more chips, so it was LeFrancois who was at risk.
D'Angelo was in bad shape and looked like this hand would take the chip lead away from him, but anything can happen.
The flop came and D'Angelo was still well behind. The on the turn and the on the river were of no help, and D'Angelo shipped over large portion of his stack to the ever resourceful LeFrancois.