If you play enough hands, you will eventually make a royal flush. Obviously, they will be few and far between, but I have hit enough in my time that I've lost count. I'm not saying that I've hit dozens of royal flushes. I'm just saying that I've lost count. I hit one not too long ago. It wasn't my first time or my second. I really can't say how many I've hit them before. It's enough that I don't really remember, but not so many that it's not a big deal when it happens.
None of you seem to understand. I'm not locked in here with all of you. All of you are locked in here with ME!
I have made it 1 time since my 10 year poker career. Unfortunately, it was in very early stage of not so big tournament and the profit was not so big, but actually the feeling was awesome due to the fact you know you are 100% sure that all the chips from the pot are for you and you are hoping that many of the other players will call or raise your hand.
I have received Royal Flush many times over the years, seriously i don't even know how many times anymore. Also a few weeks ago or the previous week at the CC freeroll. Unfortunately, I no longer know which tournament
A Royal Flush may be as rare as Unicorn's do-do, but I have made a few Royal Flushes over the last twenty years, the hardest part is making them pay, sometimes if you bet out with 3 suited cards on the Flop they already may suspect you of having a Flush anyway, so will fold.
The best way to play them is to check and hope someone else has a Flush draw or made their straight and is willing to put money into a pot they cannot possibly win.
I find most Royals hit you when you play hands like K/J, or Q/10 or K/10 I have never made one holding an A/K funnily enough, but that is probably because I hate Big Slick! even when it is suited, (just a pet hate).
It is difficult for many players to throw away three of a kind even when they are holding Pocket Aces if the flop comes A/Q/J/ suited and you are sat playing K/10 of the same suit, but you do get some of them folding.
I once made a full house with pocket Kings and was hoping my opponent was holding a Flush, unfortunately for me he was, The Royal type of Flush. but hey! That's Poker!