Do you consider yourself being the world's unluckiest poker player? Well, there's a difference between bad beats and bad beats in poker. Check out the video below from the 2008 WSOP Main Event ($10,000 buy-in) in which the hobby player Mabuchi flops trips aces against the pro Justin Phillips. On turn Mabuchi hits the last ace in the deck and gets 4 of a kind. However, what looks like an amazing ha[...] Read more » Worst Bad Beat in WSOP history?
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 41 (M)
Looking at the table, anyone with AA in the hand could predict that possibility, although no one would quit quad Aces. What a way to leave from such huge event. And he didnt even received bat beat jackpot because there's no such thing on real tables
------------ Looking at the table, anyone with AA in the hand could predict that possibility, although no one would quit quad Aces. What a way to leave from such huge event. And he didnt even received bat beat jackpot because there's no such thing on real tables
lmao........ the pokernews must be really drying up for you to put this up, ive already done this topic for bad beats donkey years ago................ with this video as the one of the worst badbeats in wsop histroy, i think you need a new guy for the news here, and i know just the person, and no its not me il just find his username here for you .
here it is................Reiiz
he has very good knowledge and info on the poker world, all very intresting news many ppl like what he has to posts
all that he wants for taking over the job of posting the news here at BRM is 700 mob points, and 300 points to me his agent get back to me ASAP over his matter, regards dozn01
Joined: Feb '10
Age: 37 (M)
lol I like at the end of the clip you can hear the commentator say "if this would have happend to Phil Hellmuth..." wow... I could just imagine what that cry baby would do... probably try to flip the table over lol!
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 32 (M)
Old news indeed since this happend back in 2008 but this got the be one of the worst bad beats in the poker world, not only that just happend on tape. Anyway this is the end of the video, i would like to see the first part of the video in order to see how that amatuer played the hand, because considering that flop i think a really aggressive play would have folded the other player with K-J suited. Even so i really think that was a pure bad beat the chance to hit a royal flush against quads it's waayy to slim,, if i were instead of that guy that had aaaa i thought the other player had a full house of some sort. Nice hand