X-ray Free Electron Lasers provide femtosecond X-ray pulses with narrow bandwidth and unprecedented peak brightness. Special modes of operation have been developed to deliver double pulses for X-ray pump, X-ray probe experiments. However, the longest delay between the two pulses achieved with existing single bucket methods is less than 1 picosecond, thus preventing exploration of longer timescales dynamics. We present a novel Two-bucket scheme covering delays from 350 picoseconds to hundreds of nanoseconds in discrete steps of 350 picoseconds. Performance for each pulse can be similar to the one in single pulse operation. The method has been experimentally tested with LCLS-I and LCLS-II hard x-ray undulators.