$10,000 No Limit Hold'em Championship

Tough Day for Arieh Not Getting Any Easier

Josh Arieh's stack has been floating in the teens all day. He recently raised opened a pot for 600 and was called by a player in late position and J.C. Tran from the big blind. Tran checked a flop to {9-Diamonds} {2-Clubs} {Q-Clubs} to Arieh, who fired out 1,300. Only the late-position player called.

Both men checked the {7-Diamonds} turn. When the river fell {9-Spades}, Arieh tried a bet of 1,800. His opponent quickly called, causing Arieh to knock the table, "Good hand." He flashed a missed flush draw, {5-Clubs} {6-Clubs}; his opponent took the pot down with {10-Spades} {10-Diamonds}.

Arieh has 15,000 chips after that loss.

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