In the first hand, Kirk Caldwell forced Marc McLaughlin all in, and he snapped it off.
There wasn't even a sweat as the board ran , doubling McLaughlin to 540,000 chips.
The very next hand, Caldwell was in the small blind and raised to 275,000. McLaughlin moved all in, and Caldwell called.
Caldwell flopped a sick sweat - . The on the turn was a brick though, and so too was the on the river. McLaughlin was now up above a million.
McLaughlin's next double came when he shoved from the small blind. Ben White instantly called with the , and McLaughlin needed help for the first time, holding a very modest .
The snuck right through the window though, and was followed by two tens - . The turn and river came , , and just like that, McLaughlin was back over 2 million chips.