SB 10.81.20

adhano ’yaṁ dhanaṁ prāpya
 mādyann uccair na māṁ smaret
iti kāruṇiko nūnaṁ
 dhanaṁ me ’bhūri nādadāt
adhanaḥ — poor person; ayam — this; dhanam — riches; prāpya — obtaining; mādyan — delighting; uccaiḥ — excessively; na — not; mām — Me; smaret — will remember; iti — thus thinking; kāruṇikaḥ — compassionate; nūnam — indeed; dhanam — wealth; me — to me; abhūri — slight; na ādadāt — He did not give.
Thinking “If this poor wretch suddenly becomes rich, he will forget Me in his intoxicating happiness,” the compassionate Lord did not grant me even a little wealth.

Sudāmā’s statement that Lord Kṛṣṇa bestowed on him “not even a little wealth” may also be taken to mean that instead of giving him wealth that was abhuri, “slight,” the Lord in fact gave him the immense treasure of His association. This alternate meaning has been suggested by Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī.