Preflop action had left three players still in the hand, including Josh Arieh in the big blind. Together the trio had built a pot of 6,100.
The flop came , and the small blind checked. Arieh fired a bet of 2,400, then the player in late position raised all in for about 20,000. The small blind got out, and after tanking for a bit Arieh called the raise, committing his entire stack of about 19,000.
Arieh tabled for top pair, but was behind his opponent's . The turn was the and river the , and Arieh -- who finished third in the WSOP ME in 2004 -- hits the rail before the end of Level 2.