Bad beat of the weak

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Hey guys, if u want to share your uglyest bad beat at this weak,be my guest
Mine was:
Hero: 88
Villain: AK
FLOP
A28
Villain bets, hero re-raises, villain shoves, hero calls
TURN
A
RIVER
K
BOARD:
A28AK
 
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Hero: KK
Villian: 1010
I raise 5 BB, Villain shove all-in, I call. Heads-up
FLOP
679
A horrible sinking feeling, but I'm still ahead.
TURN
8
AHHHHHHHHHHH!
RIVER
J
Just to make it feel really ugly.
 
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Hero: KK
Villian: 1010
I raise 5 BB, Villain shove all-in, I call. Heads-up
FLOP
679
A horrible sinking feeling, but I'm still ahead.
TURN
8
AHHHHHHHHHHH!
RIVER
J
Just to make it feel really ugly.

hahahhahahaha
i lost a KK yesterday very similar, against A9o, villain was short (18BB), it was bountybuilder
He made a straight 5-9
 
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And yesterday I went all-in with a pair of AA and was called with K9. And I lost to my opponent, two pairs of KK and 99 came. If it hadn't been a freeroll, it’s unlikely that someone would have called me.
 
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No one likes to lose, but always be careful with what you consider a bad beat.

For example, AK vs 88 is pretty much 50/50. It doesn't matter HOW you lose, all these possibilities are included.

I hardly feel losing a coin flip a bad beat, I lose them all day long.

Be careful losses like this don't affect your play.

Good luck.
 
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No one likes to lose, but always be careful with what you consider a bad beat.

For example, AK vs 88 is pretty much 50/50. It doesn't matter HOW you lose, all these possibilities are included.

I hardly feel losing a coin flip a bad beat, I lose them all day long.

Be careful losses like this don't affect your play.

Good luck.

Thank you bro
Coin flip pre flop
After you hit a set on the flop without all in pre i consider a runner runner bad beat
 
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Bad run out for you buddy. That's why I try I like getting it in pre-flop. Even then I've been running like trash. People always suck out of me with draws when I had top pair or top set and it's pretty frustrating especially when I don't give them odds to call and jam on the flop.
 
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Bad run out for you buddy. That's why I try I like getting it in pre-flop. Even then I've been running like trash. People always suck out of me with draws when I had top pair or top set and it's pretty frustrating especially when I don't give them odds to call and jam on the flop.


I agree. Unless you have the stone cold nuts, it's really hard to beat the not-so-RNG online. I still feel like my edge is preflop and not giving odds to call. Then if they want to race, at least I'm getting paid a premium for my risk - artificially creating better than 2:1 odds on most of the hands I play.

GL GL,

HOUDINI9
 
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No one likes to lose, but always be careful with what you consider a bad beat.

For example, AK vs 88 is pretty much 50/50. It doesn't matter HOW you lose, all these possibilities are included.

I hardly feel losing a coin flip a bad beat, I lose them all day long.

Be careful losses like this don't affect your play.

Good luck.

Would you consider AA vs Q/J off a bad beat as mentioned here?
https://www.cardschat.com/forum/bad...-hit-when-it-matters-483194/post-6009838.html

Plus - isn't there an entire forum section dedicated to talking about these? :)
 
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Would you consider AA vs Q/J off a bad beat as mentioned here?
https://www.cardschat.com/forum/bad...-hit-when-it-matters-483194/post-6009838.html

Plus - isn't there an entire forum section dedicated to talking about these? :)


Sure. The one that sticks with me is with 18 people left busting out QQ vs QJ in a large tournament.

My point is anytime a favorite loses could technically be a bad beat. The higher you personally set the bar for what you personally consider a beat the less it will affect your play.
 
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