Event 17: $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em

Arieh Rivering a Set

• Taso 2: 75-150, 0 ante

Josh Arieh is a man who likes to play at the World Series of Poker (WSOP). Before the 2012 series started Arieh had cashed in an impressive twenty-one events, had 1 seven figure score, 3 six-figure scores, 7 final tables and 2 WSOP bracelets. His most impressive score to date a juicy looking $2,500,000 for his 3rd place finish in the 2004 Main Event. So far this year he has cashed in one event: the $3,000 No-Limit Hold'em/Pot-Limit Omaha - Heads-Up event where he finished in 16th place. Here is Arieh in action with Erik Seidel.

Arieh raised to 250 under the gun and Erik Seidel called in the big blind. The pair of them shared a flop of {9-Hearts} {8-Spades} {6-Clubs} which was checked through. Onto the turn and the {2-Spades}; Seidel bet 300 and Arieh made the call. Fifth street brought out the {Q-Hearts} and Seidel checked to Arieh who bet 850. Seidel made the call, Arieh showed {Q-Spades} {Q-Diamonds} for the set and Seidel mucked his hand.

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