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Old Oct 22, 2005, 5:18pm   #1
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Well the "how i lost with AA" is perhaps the mother of all bad beat stories,
but then this happend at a hand i played to today in 0.5/1 limit game it was something special.
I was at third place, got Ah Ac, Player #1 bets, i raise everyone folds, excepts #1 who raises, I reraise, he reraises until we got it to 7$. Then the
flop came 6h 10s Jh.
He bets, i raise he calls.
Turn: 9h
River: 10h
,which gave me the nut flush and my opponent showed AsAd
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Old Oct 22, 2005, 6:46pm   #2
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Losing with Aces isn't a contender for the mother of all bad beat stories, unless you make quads and lose to a rivered straight flush. Even then you can get worse beats.
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Old Oct 24, 2005, 2:05pm   #3
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Even then you can get worse beats.
Saw it happen. Worst beat I ever saw. Three callers preflop.

Flop 3x8h9h.

BB, who came in for free, bets and gets two callers.

Turn Th.

Don't remember betting pattern, but they all end up all-in. Player 1 shows 88, player 2 shows AhQh for nut flush. BB shows 6h7h for straight flush.

River Jh.

Straight flush loses to a bigger straight flush.

There is just not enough whiskey in the world for that kind of beat.
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Old Oct 24, 2005, 4:33pm   #4
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I got my flush (first Q high, then A high) beaten by a straight flush in 2 consecutive pots that I participated in. (think there where 2 or 3 hands in between).

Luckily there was a tilted fish in the second one that actually got me break even for both hands
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Old Nov 28, 2005, 2:08pm   #5
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I recently had these two bad beats in successive hands....made me contemplate quitting poker altogether...I haven't even been back in 3 weeks...

First hand:

$1/$2 NL (200 max)
On the button with 8c 9c....limp in for $2...5 players in pot
Flop comes: 8d 8h 9s
SB bets $10, 1 caller...I smooth call
Turn: 10s
SB bets $30...BB comes over the top all in for $400~....I had about $175 at that point, so easy call for me to make...I call.....SB also calls...

Turn over hands: SB has QsJh....BB has 6s 7s....I of course have the boat....

River:....8s

Yeah....I make quads on the river...but wait...BB hits his miracle gutshot straight flush and takes it down....


VERY NEXT HAND AFTER I REBUY FOR $200

AA

I raise $15 preflop...one caller
Flop: Qc As Qd
Caller bets $30...I call
Turn: 2h
Caller bets $75.....at this point I'm certain he has a Q...so I go over the top all in...he calls and turns over KdQs....
River: Qh

That's right...Aces full cracked by rivered quads....two consecutive hands...losing to one outers on the river...$400 in two hands...


Sigh...oh well!
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Old Nov 28, 2005, 6:38pm   #6
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B&M is rigged.

Seriously though, I've heard some runner-runner stories before, but I think two one-outers in a row trumps those. That's just painful.
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Old Nov 28, 2005, 8:09pm   #7
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Worst beat I've taken was flopped quad nines losing to rivered quad aces.
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Old Dec 06, 2005, 10:36am   #8
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The worst beat I've taken is a flopped 6 J Q K A flush so a royal draw and I got beat on the river by Aces full of Sixes. Gutted.
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Old Dec 06, 2005, 10:55am   #9
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@tmash

noone here can estimate the Pain and Suffering bought to you by these Hands i guess... maybe i m Wrong though...

from my Point of View, i ll try and keep my fricken cool on evry turned / rivered suckout till i BEAT the Twos of Yours, i guess though, that ll NEVER happen, it s a hard challenge and i may fail to much lower Pots and much easier to see why / how it could happen Hands, but i ll try.
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Old Dec 06, 2005, 8:36pm   #10
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Thanks SevenToo....you're inspritational words let me move on in this time of despair!
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