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Author: [Poker] Topic: THE WORST EVER BAD BEAT YOU TOOK in poker post it HERE YOU will never top this ONE
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Posted: 4/22/2011 1:21:40 PM

WASNT me was good friend of mines lives out east

HE was playing online at the same site as he plays today !

about 3 years ago  !

It was a $1000 cash tourney he won a seat for by qulifying in 9 seat sit n go !

WAS up early  $980 gets dealt pocket aces  raises 980$ ; two callers

FLOP 10 A K  all in for remaining money $1500 both players called hands opened  Q Q J 10 

turn card another K dead nuts FULL house cannot lose both hands are drawing dead

RIVER card a J of spades

SO he waits for Chips to come his way

NOPE HE lost to the Q Q  the J of spades hit that guy a gut shot Royal Flush !       

BY his count the odds were like hitting the lottery there were only 3 jacks left in the deck and Exactly

27 cards left in the deck counting the 18 dealt out to 9 players the board and two burn cards ! OR do they burn a card in online software games ?

it's all flash players used !

Thats why i dislike holdem because of this garbage happening even in real time !

I played holdem tourney small buy in $60 + $5 midnight madness in a casino

so i'm doing pretty good with 100 plaerys starting the hand before the break i'm dealt ace 6 of diamonds the blinds were high at $400 and $800 i call the BB

FLOP 66Q  i raise 10 K other guy at other end comes all in for 11 K  so i acll the extra 1 thou

shows down J Q off suit 

well need i say i just took my first bad beat  turn card J river card J

i was no longer a lady for a minute !

LOL ! so i wound uo getting knocked out 1 hr after we came back from the break and just chalked it up to only losing $65

COMON people post YOUR worst bad beat ever any poker game 7 stud holdem Omaha HIGH only !

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Posted: 4/22/2011 10:47:35 PM

Winning the lottery? With that board through the turn the odds are 1/42 that the J of spades falls since you know what 10 of the cards are.....

I want to play in that lottery

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Posted: 4/22/2011 11:01:55 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TRAIN69:

Winning the lottery? With that board through the turn the odds are 1/42 that the J of spades falls since you know what 10 of the cards are.....

I want to play in that lottery

 

hahahhaahahhahahhahaha very nice train!!!!!!!!

 

42/1 shot, WORST BEAT EVER!!!! LOLOL, dawnie the clown

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Posted: 4/23/2011 9:57:19 AM

I lost a similar hand at FullTilt a few years back.

Was dealt AA the very first hand of a $200 buy-in Tourney.  Flop came A-6-6.  Called an all-in and lost to pocket sixes (he flopped four of a kind).


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Posted: 4/23/2011 11:54:19 AM

ok not exactly the lottery but surely long odds and truly the worst bad beat river i ever heard about !

GOLDEN GOOSE ok that was on flop YOU were beaten by quads that was a coin flip hand basically any single pair can be beaten at any time !

JUST was YOU got unlucky to have Pocket Rockets and THE other GUY called with 66 and bang he popped the nuts on the flop !

Truly i detest Holdem !

i prefer 7 card stud real time at laest in that real poker game i can read the people's hands and know if i'm beaten before the river card comes or i have the best hand !

HOLDEM is nothing more than a board game YOUR two cards in hand mean zilch ! YOU can play nothing but premimum starting hands every hand YOUR hand and still lose !

I seen online one player at the same table lose with AA  KK 10 10  etc... 10 st hands to the worst hands ever in a big MTT $1000 prize pool

HE was screaming in the chat box literraly crying cursing !

This was last week on the 17th 9 pm PST

THE hands that Beat his monsters were Q 7 off suit  J 9 off suit 7 -10 off suit etc... AA got cracked 3 times on the flop

77 hits FH  7 88 flop turn card J river 2  etc...

I said wow this holdem online is really bad even realtime i watched amazing garbage happen couple of times fights broke out !

 

 

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Posted: 4/23/2011 2:37:08 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dawniewags:

GOLDEN GOOSE ok that was on flop YOU were beaten by quads that was a coin flip hand basically any single pair can be beaten at any time !

 

 

another gem of poker wisdom from the clown dawniewags

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Posted: 4/23/2011 2:44:43 PM

AA a coinflip hand!!!!!

 

Just awesome

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Posted: 4/24/2011 6:56:02 PM

i got many bad beats but i recently gave out a bad beat to someone on fulltilt

we both hit a set on the flop i had 33 he had 44 both went all in on the flop and i hit a 1 outter on the river to made quad 3's

won a $700 pot was a pretty big pot for me considering i mostly play .50/$1 no limit

heres a pic

http://img219.imageshack.us/i/quad3e.jpg/

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Posted: 4/25/2011 1:50:12 AM
online poker is rigged bullshit
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Posted: 4/30/2011 11:52:23 AM

well, that was a waste of 10 minutes of reading ...


and why the fck does everybody always post bad beats with pocket AAs ...  it's like you need to be a genius to know how to play those cards and you say you got a bad beat ... 

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Posted: 5/3/2011 7:58:25 PM
i had a hand where the guy had to hit perfect turn adn riv to beat me, he needed a straight flush ( i had quads) and he hit runner runner perfect..
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Posted: 5/3/2011 7:59:06 PM
ive also lost quads on flop to a guy that hit runner runner bigger quads..
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Posted: 5/8/2011 4:57:45 PM
Both all in, AK against A7 (AK had A7 covered in money).  Flop comes AK9.  AK is over 99% to win, something like 240 to 1.  Turn comes 7 and river comes 7.  A7 wins it.

This actually happened at a WPT event about 5 years ago and I was there watching in the audience.  The guy who had A7 ended up winning the thing.  He should have been eliminated that hand. 
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Posted: 5/8/2011 10:48:34 PM
I Am will not slept wif king of spades
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Posted: 5/9/2011 12:57:47 AM
 You play long enough you'll see this stuff.
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Posted: 5/10/2011 10:21:16 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TheGoldenGoose:


I lost a similar hand at FullTilt a few years back.

Was dealt AA the very first hand of a $200 buy-in Tourney.  Flop came A-6-6.  Called an all-in and lost to pocket sixes (he flopped four of a kind).



He went all-in with quads on the flop???? 

Unless there were several raises involved...


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Posted: 5/15/2011 11:52:10 PM

The worst beat I ever took was when I was 15. (got into an indian casino with a fake ID)

Long story short, I had kk.

flop comes K-4-4. bunch of betting and the dude ends up going all in with 66. Needless to say the turn and river were both 6's.

I know this happens all the time, but losing a $1200 pot when your 15 because of this beat was just down-right sickening at the time.

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Posted: 5/16/2011 12:14:42 AM
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Posted: 5/23/2011 5:18:14 PM

I had 7c 7d  other guy had 5c 5h

flop 7h 7s 8h

turn 9h

river 6h

He went all in on the flop!!!!!

Sickest beat ever!

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Posted: 5/24/2011 9:54:31 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by scalabrine:


He went all-in with quads on the flop???? 

Unless there were several raises involved...


I agree. Both should have slow played that hand and an all in shouldnt have occured until the river.....

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Posted: 5/28/2011 4:18:39 PM
well besides the obvious retardation of dawniedawgs

was dealt pocket 6's. raised preflop. one caller.

flop Q Q 10. he checked. i checked.

turn 6. boom. 6's full of Q's. he bet into me, i raised, he went all in, i called. he flips over Q 10. 

river 6. case 6 to hit quads. i one and only time ive ever hit the case card. was shocked.
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Posted: 6/2/2011 9:37:43 PM
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Posted: 6/18/2011 10:01:52 AM
Real short...At a brick and mortar, had pocket J's, raised on the button,1 caller.Flop came J J 9 all hearts.Bet 3/4 pot,he moves all in,I call.Close to a grand in pot.Turn 10 hearts,river 8 of hearts,lose to a straight flush.My balls still hurt from that kick.
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Posted: 7/6/2011 4:32:05 PM

Cliff Notes version of the most non traditional bad beat I have ever taken.

Live Game in Scottsdale, Arizona

Very aggressive player that had a huge stack and was bluffing alot all day. I get caught heads up with him after the flop. I don't remember my hand and it doesn't really matter for this story. I put the guy on air and figured he would fire bullets all the way to the end. I'm check/calling until the river hoping to check raise with virtually whatever I had (I believe I had two pair).

Here's where it gets interesting -

After the turn, I check and before the guy acted the dealer burned and turned. Well the guy didn't say anything like "hey I didn't act yet, I wanna bet". He basically let it slide, in my mind because he's got air and trying to cut it loose and move on. Well the floorman was standing behind the dealer getting ready to give her a new setup or drop time or whatever and he steps in and says "wait, this guy has not acted yet". He looks at the guy and says, do you wanna bet or check. The guy says, "I will check" but the floor still makes the dealer shuffle the river back in and turn a new card.

New river card is a deuce, which didn't scare me at all. I checked, he made a big bet and decided to just smooth call and be done with it.

Other player had pocket deuces, fuckin floorman interrupts the game for no reason. Nobody complained or asked him, he just stuck his nose in the game and it cost me a huge pot.

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Posted: 7/7/2011 10:51:57 PM
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Originally Posted by MrTTL:

Real short...At a brick and mortar, had pocket J's, raised on the button,1 caller.Flop came J J 9 all hearts.Bet 3/4 pot,he moves all in,I call.Close to a grand in pot.Turn 10 hearts,river 8 of hearts,lose to a straight flush.My balls still hurt from that kick.

No bad beat jackpot?

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