I guess, it depends on our definition, but for me its not a bad beat, when the equities were so close, when the chips went in. For sure its a wacky runout, but all runouts are baked into that 51/49 math, and apart from the emotional factor, it makes no difference, if the board runs out like this or a come common runout like 5429A giving the opponent a higher one pair.
Also while the jam is an ok play, its also so marginal, that he could have passed on the spot to secure a min-cash. With a little under 10BB, we should expect to have less fold equity when rejamming and especially in a PKO, where people can win our bounty. And that definitely reduce the value of rejamming hands like 66, which dont dominate any of our opponents calling range.
I read the article , preflop they were close , postflop everything seemed ideally , but this runout , 4 ofa kind and bigger kicker , rediculous way to bust in the bubble , but these happen , o fault on Spraggy's decisions . I read in the article that many think the streamers run hooter than the sun , so RNG favors them cause they are PS streamers and they need some good results ?? This is what streamers' chaters/watchers think ?? strange , I think it's the first time I hear/read this
Spraggy made a rediculous fold very deep in a SM , falling victim to a bluff , and as a result some hands later he busted the tournament , after this hand I like him less , it was a rediculous hand/decision . That is sth to talk about , this bad beat no