re: Poker & Bad Beat Gone Bad
I haven't had bad beat experience in a live casino, but some of the poker books
I have read mention that many casinos ban talking about a bad beat while the hand is live.
The rule is in place to stop collusion.
3 tight wads in the pot, likely to have big pairs or A/K'ish hands.
Villain1 has T/T
Flop is A/A/K
Villain 1 might mention that this is a bad beat pot in the hopes that he'd get a free turn and river in a pot that he'd otherwise fold from. If he hits his Ten, everyone at the table gets $ so they're inclined to check it down.
This is collusion and works against every other table in the card room.