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Check Out this Worst Bad Beat ever to Happen in Live Poker, Pot Worth $400,000

Tags: bad beat, bad beat jackpot, Jean-Robert Bellande, Rob Yong.
Posted on 21 November 2019 by "T".

Full House loses to Straight Flush, Twice, for $400,000 total pot

The partypoker LIVE series in the Bahamas is now in full swing. A plethora of high-stakes buy-in tournaments run round the clock from November 15 to 24, including the $250,000 Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas. With such extravagant tournaments, there's a high chance some outrageous stakes will appear somewhere.

One particular nosebleed cash game at the 2019 partypoker Caribbean Poker Party brought what most would consider as one of the worst ever bad beats that the poker world has seen so far.

partypoker LIVE owner Rob Yong posted a video clip of a $400,000 pot via Twitter on Tuesday afternoon. The footage showed a completed board wherein a player with Q-9 (clubs) went all-in on a Q (spades), 9 (spades), 9 (hearts) flop versus an opponent who flopped an open-ended straight flush draw with his J-10 (spades).

The players agreed to run it twice. On the first runout, 8 (spades) showed on the river. On the second board, the K (spades) came on the turn, giving the underdog both halves of the pot thanks to his straight flush being able to overcome a full house.

Rob Yong did not say who was involved in the table or which players possessed each hand. Jean-Robert Bellande was also at the table as he also shared his own video showing the same hand.

Have you ever seen a bad beat while playing live poker? Please share your story!


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19 comments for "Check Out this Worst Bad Beat ever to Happen in Live Poker, Pot Worth $400,000"

 dule-vu21/11/2019 11:13:45 GMT
I think that isnt worst bad beat ever at live poker,but ofcourse its very sick hand!
 Nightkid21/11/2019 12:28:15 GMT
Well, you can't always trust that by having a good hand you have the guaranteed game, it always happens to us or at least to me that by the last card I turn all the play that had been going well from the beginning and that you turn with only 5% pisses bad haha but with that amount I would really kill myself Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!
 crankmuppet21/11/2019 17:13:56 GMT
Amazing rit hand.

Would love to know the players involved.
 shokaku21/11/2019 19:45:46 GMT
This is a lot of Sklansky bucks that one guy just earned. Shock
If we would see something like that online, one could hear the cries "rigged" even in Andromeda. This is more something out of a bad movie script than real life.
 pajalnick21/11/2019 19:50:53 GMT
I saw this a little earlier on Facebook .... I was very surprised by this remarkable distribution ... and here I see again telling about it .... Of course it is something incredible to get in 2 distributions - two straight flushes .... something incredible ... But of course, absolutely amazing things happen in poker that keep poker communities surprising again and again .... amazing game Worship
 CALICUL22/11/2019 12:50:16 GMT
It is a terrible hand and this thing can affect the future results, of the player who lost this hand. I don't think you would want to lose in this way, in a high stakes game. You will probably have a long period of disappointment and until you return, it will take a while.
 theoxypad22/11/2019 19:13:32 GMT
id personally love to lose that size of pot exactly in that manner
 pajalnick22/11/2019 20:14:15 GMT
Of course, the loser player was shocked by such a development of events and such a big loss of money .... But for him this is certainly not a critical problem .... But he got into the worst distribution in the history of poker today ..... maybe for this it was worth paying some money to keep your name in the history of this wonderful game
 CALICUL23/11/2019 15:20:25 GMT
I would not like to lose a hand in this way, but it is very doubtful as in online poker, i won very small pots when i had straight flushes, and i lose big pots when opponents had this hand. I never get lucky when i have to and because of this poker rooms do not inspire my confidence.
 Nightkid24/11/2019 12:02:18 GMT
Well, these things always happen, you can never be 100% sure that you are going to win but sometimes your opponent can beat you but you think carefully and you look carefully at what cards there are and the possibilities that they have of winning you, and sometimes it happens that you take risks and end up going wrong Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!
 Mober24/11/2019 12:39:23 GMT
It was a nasty one indeed. Bad things happen to live poker also Smile
Almost a royal flush too Smile
And the pot in this hand was huge.
Having the full has on flop would have been a joy for that player.
But this is the game of poker. You must be lucky too Smile
 CALICUL24/11/2019 19:14:27 GMT
I hope this player to overcome this calvary and don't think too much about this very ugly hand. It is difficult when in the pot is a lot of money but poker is a risky game and it can ruin many lives, if people don't know when to stop. It is good for those who easily go over this.
 bowie198426/11/2019 16:08:20 GMT
Makes me question what kind of deck shuffling went on before this hand. Makes me question whether the dealer messed up greatly. This exact outcome is very-very rare and to play it out this way is weird even in online poker let alone in live.
 CALICUL26/11/2019 19:20:26 GMT
I don't know if this man lost $ 400,000 in this pot or is it just the number of chips but these cards are rare and may shock you if the pot is too big. I think we all want to win such hands, but in most cases we are the ones who lose them. I think the lucky ones are others in many cases.
 dule-vu27/11/2019 14:34:14 GMT
yes,its rare,thats why we have maybe one or two hands like this in year and when it come like this,we talk about it!even on online poker this is rare and its not easy to get it!but nobody want to be on other side when this hand come!its sick to lose on this way!
 bowie198427/11/2019 17:14:43 GMT
Posted by dule-vu:
yes,its rare,thats why we have maybe one or two hands like this in year and when it come like this,we talk about it!even on online poker this is rare and its not easy to get it!but nobody want to be on other side when this hand come!its sick to lose on this way!

What makes me question the whole thing is once they've run it twice the same outcome happened. It's not that common with straight flush, in fact it's so rare that it's just suspicious.
 CALICUL27/11/2019 20:49:48 GMT
In live tournaments a hand like that is very rare. In online poker, today i received one, directly on the flop. It didn't help me too much, because i only managed to qualify for a tournament and there i was quickly eliminated. This is the truth for me, but for others is much more profitable. Smile
 pajalnick27/11/2019 21:57:44 GMT
Posted by CALICUL:
In live tournaments a hand like that is very rare. In online poker, today i received one, directly on the flop. It didn't help me too much, because i only managed to qualify for a tournament and there i was quickly eliminated. This is the truth for me, but for others is much more profitable. Smile

Maybe you are right or maybe not ... sometimes there are distributions in live poker that if they were online there would definitely be doubts about the poker room working correctly ... and unconditional accusations of malfunctioning the random number generator ... But when this happens in live poker, you understand that any card deal is possible
 SBEP27/11/2019 23:52:47 GMT
Eggiiiddiii, this is 2 in a billion, and in a row WOW, this must be the unluckiest guy in the universe, mb in a parallel universe he won the 400K Big Smile
Pajalnick when u see a hand like this in live poker, u understand that any card deal is possible, but there is still a difference from online poker, in live if the ace of spade is at the bottom of the deck it stays there, where online it can be the next card.

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