Josh Arieh chipped up to over 50,000 very early in level 1, but after this last hand he gave most of them back and fell back to around starting stack.
A player in early position limped and Arieh from the cutoff raised it up to 600. The early position player re-raised to 1,800 and Arieh called.
The flop came down and the player checked to Arieh who asked, "Are you just doing that so you can check-raise me again?" The player nervously shook his head and Arieh bet out 1,000. The player just called and the two saw the turn.
This time the player checked to Arieh again who bet out 2,500. The early position player then raised to 6,000 and Arieh just shook his head. He put the money in and said, "Alright, one time."
The river came down and the player finally led out for 7,000. Arieh reluctantly tossed in the call and got shown for a flopped set.
Arieh nodded his head and said "nice hand" as he tossed over for top pair and the turned nut-flush draw. Arieh still has above starting stack but was very disappointed after the hand for giving away his early double stack.