Even if you are not a poker fan, this will give you a little kick. While playing heads-up game, Poker players Connor Drinan and Cary Katz were both got dealt pocket aces at the World Series of Poker $1 million buy-in tournament. This is the best possible hand for both of them as each guy thought he had the other. They raised and re-raised, and go all in pre-flop with aces.
What happened next is without a doubt the worst bad beat in the history of poker.
For those who don’t know what is a “bad beat”: In poker, bad beat is a subjective term for a hand in which a player with what appear to be strong cards nevertheless loses. It most often occurs where one player bets the clearly stronger hand and their opponent makes a poor call that eventually “hits” and wins. (via WikiPedia)
Aces vs. aces. That’s not a big deal!
That look you get when you know you can’t lose this bet.
Flush draw. Is it for real! No, this isn’t happening…
This guy can’t believe it either!
Flush! How Could? NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!
Here is the video of worst bad beat in the history of poker.
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