A few minutes ago Christian Larquemin had nothing but 2 big blinds in front of him. Now he's back up to a playable stack after two double ups.
The first hand after the bubble burst Larquemin moved in from the small blind for 24,000 and quickly received a call from Alexander Ivarsson in the big blind.
Larquemin's needed help against Ivarsson's , and the Frenchmen couldn't have asked for more than the flop the dealer fanned. The turn and river came and , and Larquemin moved up to 54,000.
The very next hand Ben Heath opened for 22,000, and Larquemin called right after him. Marcin Chmielewski reraised to 75,000 out of the blinds, and that got Heath to muck his hand. Larquemin committed the last of his stack, and the hands were on their back.
Flop came down , but the turn gave Larquemin a straight, and since the river didn't pair the board, Larquemin scooped the pot.