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The force of gravity increases with the inverse square of the radius, however the photon pressure increases with the inverse cube, meaning at a certain distance from the singularity the photon pressure with overcome the gravity. Also as far as I can see from the maths, if a black hole shrinks through evaporation, there will come a point when the photon pressure will supersede the event horizon, and boom would the black hole simply explode?