why bad beats

Which is the worst bad beat you've had?

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Reak1974
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Postby Reak1974 » Sun Jan 01, 2006 6:36 pm

I played a $20 MTT nl holdem tourney the other night. Now i have heard people say the bad beats happen mostly in the Free rolls !! But this happened ,,,,  KK vs ACE-Q !!! Flop is 2 10,s and garbage card. Turn ,, another 10 !!! So KK has boat ,, 3 10,s and pocket KK,s looking very good!!   RIVER CARD ANOTHER 10 !!!! 4 10,s ON THE BOARD. SO the ACE-Q won,, !!!! Everyone at the table said it was brutal !!
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Postby Chrocied » Sun Jan 01, 2006 7:02 pm

i lost 180 real cash with a pre flop all in calle dby pocket kings and the person caught a third one i was sick to my stomach
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Postby Olon1981 » Thu Jan 12, 2006 2:18 pm

I think in freerolls(freerolls only) that the program in AP is always biased to the chip leader at the beginning. I f you watch carefully, it seems that chip leader will always get his card on the turn or the river to beat your AA or KK. It doesn't happen alll the time, but certainly more than what you would expect the % to be.  I assume this is to speed up the games and to get us to spend money on their real money tables. Since we are playing for free we should not whine about it.  There will always be bad deats but more so at the beginning of a Freeroll game at AP
Olon1981
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Postby Olon1981 » Thu Jan 12, 2006 2:22 pm

Lets not get crazy here about bad beats. If it is a freeroll it doesn't cost your opponent anything to call u with his 10 2 suited because he can go in another Freeroll tourney in one hour at most at AP. Now real money tables there will always be bad beats, just not as frequent as in Freerolls.
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Postby Thernibled » Sun Jan 15, 2006 5:20 pm

party poker is the bad beat capital
Sixt1993
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Postby Sixt1993 » Sun Jan 15, 2006 6:16 pm

ap is constantly giving bad beats cause they try to keep the underdog in hands thats what i can see by playin there. their flops always seem to have something for most callers to keep them in
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Postby terrpuss » Sun Jan 15, 2006 8:31 pm

:evil:  :evil:  :x yet another nonsensical loss.  tell me how many times you see pocket aces go down to A / 8 !!  i was stunned, i just shut down and watched reruns of Law and Order on TNT.   TNT is drama, after all.
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Postby Slarpon » Sat Jan 21, 2006 11:50 am

deal poker every day, and on every table every day there are some unbelievable Bad........to.........really bad beats.  That's poker.....that's why we love the rush and regret the tilt! So don't blame Absolute, or Betfred, or ....... me,  place the blame on the game.  It's a great  :wink: gamble
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Postby Dowentere » Sun Jan 22, 2006 1:11 am

i was playin ap the other day and every time i got into a hand i would get beat on the river regardless of what i held. it would find a way to get me to lose. if the person needed a 2 of hearts it came on on the river. never the turn was pretty fustrating.
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Postby Indect » Wed Feb 01, 2006 5:30 pm

Bad beats are part of the game now we need to learn that poker is just played alot different these days.
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Postby Hasters » Thu Feb 02, 2006 12:47 pm

i think that people that compain most about bad beats are the freeroll nuthuggers....sites use a random number generator and have been cetified...site that are not has a disclamer on the homepage and those are the sites to stay away from...ab and ps are the best with less than 1% error...the reason alot of people have a hard time with this is because you see so many more hands than in live games
Hasters
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Postby Hasters » Thu Feb 02, 2006 12:52 pm

i think that people that compain most about bad beats are the freeroll nuthuggers....sites use a random number generator and have been cetified...site that are not has a disclamer on the homepage and those are the sites to stay away from...ab and ps are the best with less than 1% error...the reason alot of people have a hard time with this is because you see so many more hands than in live games
terrpuss
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whats up with that?!?!!?

Postby terrpuss » Sun Feb 05, 2006 8:02 pm

what is up with crashthisone recycling my post from mid-december(same thread, 1st page)??  it is almost exactly the same post.   that aint cool.  next time u need your post requirements,  try to come up with something a little more original.  you are ruining my coattails.
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Postby Gratting » Sun Feb 05, 2006 8:14 pm

All i know is that i'm usually on the bad end of them which totally bite
when the site allows me to, i do really really well.
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Postby Honte1990 » Sat Feb 11, 2006 5:08 am

brizz wrote:There is so many bad beats, basically because people bet/call with crap cards. TOday I had a guy call an all in with 9 3 suited and he won. Its unbeleivable the garbage people play. 95 percent of online players are pure novices. Period.
if you play on freeroll with more than 100 players it s unreal people go all in with nothing.i was playing a20$ sit and go   chip leader  pokets aces   3 players left one of them go all in   whit 2 6  and got me whit 4 of a kind 6s.  i m still in the game .  next hand pockets K i went all in the same clown call me with 2 6 again  . the results  boat 666 22  and i m out . wtf :lol:

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