There are only 2,652 unique starting hands, therefore your chances of being dealt consecutive duplicates is 1:2,652. Add the 1:2 odds
of hitting the same order & your odds are 1:5,304, or 0.0188% of the time. Every 5,300 hands, you should expect to see this.
Despite Nek's assertion, those odds are much thinner then getting consecutive A's. AA occurs 1:220 or 4.5% of the time. In other words, each time you get dealt AA, you have a 4.5% chance of catching it the next hand.
You probably have received consecutive duplicate hands previously, but there are many hands that don't require much scrutiny to lay down. I know that I have received 72o consecutively and never looked close enough to determine if they matched.
Poker is a game of probabilities. Situations like these remind us that after hitting 1:5,304, an opponent catching the "miracle" 1 outer on the river (1:44) isn't really that unheard of.
Edit: Just noticed your post count vs. the AA poster. Guess much of the above was old news to you.