Counting Down the Top 5 Ugliest Bad Beats Ever in Poker!
The bad beat has almost become a stereotype in poker. Everyone has had one and often is ready to share some of their misery with others at a second’s notice.
For those who may not know, a bad beat is when a player’s hand seems to be a dominating favourite only to be topped by an opponent’s hand in seriously bad shape.
Every player has been there:
A player is all-in preflop with Aces, only to get them cracked by another player's pocket pair when he catches a set on the flop.
Or maybe an opponent has made a bad call but catches a two-outer on the river, ending your tournament life.
These can be extremely frustrating and leave players mumbling, cursing, and talking to themselves. And, of course, they’ll seek out anyone who will listen to this terrible run of cards.
All bad beats are unpleasant, but some are ugliest than others. To learn about the top five ugliest bad beats ever recorded, be sure to visit the 888poker Magazine to read the full article.