After a long period of raise-fold, we eventually witnessed only our second all-in showdown of this encounter, and again it was short stack Taylor Larkin who had his nose in front. With Michael Linn raising to what I understand was 200,000 (although they appear to be whispering their raises), Larkin announced all-in and Linn made the call.
The flop improved Larkin's hand, but had Linn still in search of one of six outs, one of which emerged on the turn. But just as your blogging team were ordering pints at the bar, a deuce from Belarus () hit the river to double Larkin up.
The final figure sliding across the baize was 1,175,000, meaning Larking is now back up to around 2,400,000.