Worst Beat EVER!

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blueray4

Guest
I have had a bunch of bad beats but none worse than this.

I start out with 66

I make a slight raise and am called by only one player.

Flop is 7s 6h 9d.

I dont make a huge raise but enough to keep him honest.

Next card is 6s.

So I check and he makes a huge bet then I no doubtly go all-in.

River is 5s. We turn them over and i show my 4 of a kind while he shows 8s 9s and takes the pot w/ the straight flush and knocks me out of the tourny.
 
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Grumbledook

Grumbledook

Guest
Well that was a beat where he only had 2 outs, they happen all the time.

Come back and cry when you have lost to a 1 outer ;]
 
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jguthrie20

Guest
That is a really bad beat. I lost one time to a straight flush when I had the flush with the Ace and King.
 
bpazjr13

bpazjr13

Rock Star
here is a very nice loss.

i had 33. other guy had TT. Flop comes A 3 T Turn - 3 River - T

I was beat preflop....horribly underdogged after flop...HUGE 98% fav after turn...then the river....

lost $342 on that hand at Ultimate Bet...oh well...it happens to me...just more than it should
 
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frisco

Guest
Not necessarily a bad beat, but a lucky draw. I'm BB in final table tourney. Button calls, SB calls, I check with K6os.

Flop comes J66, SB checks, I bet min (which only leaves me 2xBB anyway...hint of pot committed), button calls.

Turn 2, I bet the rest of my stack, button calls.

I flip trip 6's, he flips over pocket ducks for the boat.

Needless to say, the river was no help.
 
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Holdempimp

Guest
Worst beat possibly statistically

Im watching a friend play 6 handed high speed (ultra loose and aggressive) 2/4 limit holdem on pokerstars. He holds 8c5c in the BB, the player in first postition raises to $4 with 77. Flop comies 885. Very nice for my buddy, hes flopped the top boat. Betting is capped on the flop. turn 7. Betting is capped on the turn. 7 on the river. WTF. Top boat beaten by runner runner quads. I believe that is the same statistically as the beat described in super system in which Bones Berland quad aces on the flop are beat by a runner runner Royal. I mean I felt ripped off by taht beat and I was just watching.
 
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ericraider1

Guest
i understand that these arent the worst beats ever but they still pissed me off. i was in the final twenty in two different tourneys today where the top 10 paid. in both cases i got bumped by ace rag when i was holding pocket jacks. im not crying because i understand they had the overcard but it still sucks!
 
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cwcsr1

Rising Star
I feel for all of you. But bad beats are just as much a part of poker as blufin and blind luck. you get them you learn from them (Hopefully), and you move on. If you think of it there is probably someone out there who has a bad beat story where you or i was the one who smacked him.
 
cranck

cranck

Freeroll #12 Winner
Hmmm, came a bit late to a hi-lo tourn (was getting milk). Grins seeing my hand displaying a 9-k stright and follows some hard bets all the way to all in. Only then do i remember that hi-lo is 2 cards of your hand and 3 off the table. Mine was built with 4 off my hand... slapped myself rather hard imidiatly after that :)
 
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jde_07

Guest
In alot of casino's that is worth a bad beat jackpot and you would have gotten paid huge for it. but yeah that sucks. I might even go on tilt and jump in a play money thing and just be out of control. Just to blow some steam off from that or not play again for awhile (like 2 days maybe)
 
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acesfulkings

Guest
4 of a kind

WEll had 22, and flop was 22A, Im good unless a pair come up with a pocket pair, right? Well of course the next two cards are 33 and Im allin he had em lol 4 3's
 
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xdmanx007

Legend
haven't lost to a starigh flush with a big hand although I did cut quad kings with one once BTW I never should have chased it I knew I was destroyed but I could not resist and it fell. Oh that guy was pissed!
 
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Guest
bpazjr13 said:
here is a very nice loss.

i had 33. other guy had TT. Flop comes A 3 T Turn - 3 River - T

I was beat preflop....horribly underdogged after flop...HUGE 98% fav after turn...then the river....

lost $342 on that hand at Ultimate Bet...oh well...it happens to me...just more than it should
I love them hands...they go something like this...

See the other players cards....."Oh no...
See the Flop (spotting the 3) ..."Yesssss!
Also spot the T on the flop...."Nooooooo
See the turn....."YYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!"
The River Card..."NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO"!

Now that's what I like about Poker
 
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F A T

Enthusiast
NOT MY WORST BEAT BUT ONE OF EM!

$2/$4 NL TABLE I hold Js Qc I raise prefolp $16.00 i get two callers

flop comes 9s 8h 10h
player bet's $8.00 I raise to $24.00 one player calls

turn is a 2h (board) 9s 8h 10h 2h Ah

I bet $60.00 player re-raises me allin another 12.00 i call
river comes Ah Player show's 7h 9c Player wins with a flush ahigh

what the hec??????
 
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butcher33

Rising Star
here's my bad beat... cut the names out for some personal reasons LOL

98 suited = best hand :)

 
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slobberdawg

Guest
blueray4 said:
I have had a bunch of bad beats but none worse than this.

I start out with 66

I make a slight raise and am called by only one player.

Flop is 7s 6h 9d.

I dont make a huge raise but enough to keep him honest.

Next card is 6s.

So I check and he makes a huge bet then I no doubtly go all-in.

River is 5s. We turn them over and i show my 4 of a kind while he shows 8s 9s and takes the pot w/ the straight flush and knocks me out of the tourny.
LOL....BEEN THER DONE THAT AND DIDNT LIKE IT...
 
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tigilles

Guest
Any bad beat is a bad beat when you get beat all in..... but you just have to keep playing the way you should.... I play a lot on the internet and also real games with friends, and I thought that the game over the net was fustrating because there was always someone beating you on the river, so I started thinking that this was arranged somehow... but playing for real showed me the opposite.... there is a lot of bad beat too... so just keep playing smart and keep your head cool.

tigilles
 
katymaty

katymaty

Legend
bad beats are all part of poker. it happens all the time. best advice is to forget about it asap. worse thing to do is go on tilt.

if it wasnt for bad beats, poker would be boring lol




katy
 
kngtfallen

kngtfallen

Guest
worst beat i ever took was when i lost w A's over K's full house to 4 of a kind K's :(
 
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Cipisor

Enthusiast
MY worst beat up was when I had Full and the other guy 4 of a kind !!!!


I've almost breaked my monitor cause I was playing online ... big pot lost !!!
 
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bontime

Guest
I got a bad beat for ya stupid pstars.

i was playing on the $2/4 NL

dealt 99 raise 4 times the bb

sb calls

flop is qc 9h 4d

sb checks

i bet 10$

sb calls again

turn 9d

sb checks

i bet 20$

sb calls

river is Qd

sb checks

i go allin another 35$

sb calls

quad 9's vs quad Queen's

now thats a bad beat
 
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achatter

Rising Star
Your beat had two outs on the river: 5s, Ts. Yesterday I lost a one outer:
Board was Jd Th 3c 4s.
I have JJ, my all-in opponent has TT, and the river was...

No, I just can't type it.

You already know anyway.

Needless to say, I can relate.
 
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ke1fer

Guest
this is probably a common occourance,how many times have yuo seen someone bet big on 3 of a kind only to lose to a full house.
 
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KK_Cowboy

Guest
I don't know whether this is worst beat or worst call

This happened mere moments ago to me. And well I gave the moron who did this a piece of my mind.

I am in 3rd position in a NL 25 cent game. I have AA (I know some see this as doom already but just follow me). I raise to 2.75, the moron who I will get to later calls. Someone else behind them raise 3 more dollars, well obviously here I go all-in for 14.70. The moron calls and the other raiser calls.

Flop is Q34 all hearts and I have the ace of hearts so I am thinking I am in good shape. The other raiser puts his last 6 in the pot and the moron calls. It's my AA vs JJ vs the moron's Q5 unsuited. Well sure enough another queen came on the turn and the river was of no use.

Now I am a person who can respect a bad beat if the one who beats me had a decent hand to try and beat me with. But how can you possibly call not 1, not 2, but 3 re-raises in one hand with nothing but Q5 unsuited? I will say this clown had about 80 bucks before the hand started, but how do you call a 2.75 raise with Q5, let alone 2 more raises after that for another 12 dollars?

If anyone can give me a reasonable explantaion to this, I will be quite surprised.
 
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