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Poker is a game of skill and tactics combined with a pinch of good luck.
Unfortunately, a lucky draw is not always on your side each time you sit at the poker table which can result in an embarrassing and total poker fail.
To make you feel better, we have complied a list of the biggest poker fails ever featuring the worst bad beats, suck outs and bluffs.
However, if bad beats happen even to the best pro players every once in a while, they don’t happen all the time. It’s fine for players to have one bad beat story.
If you are having daily “bad beats” perhaps you should reconsider your tactics…
1) Losing 1 million with a pair of aces
During the World Series Of Poker (WSOP) 2014, Cary Katz and Connor Drinan went head to head with pockets aces.
Both players draw the highest possible hand, both go all in, but only one walks away…
The reason: the river draws 4 hearts giving one player a flush and a big pot in one of the most unlikely outcomes ever.
Check out the video here:
2) All in with 372,000 and a 93% chance of winning
The WSOP 2013 main event saw Gill Vs Paradis at the table. Unfortunately for Gill, after calling ‘all in’ and with a 93% of winning.
The river card gave his opponent the win.
The reaction of Gill is priceless – catch his poker ‘Bad Beats’ face below!
3) One of the best poker hands ever KK V QQ
One of the best hands a player can be dealt in poker only to be destroyed by a spade in one of the greatest double knock outs and bad beats hand.
See the action for yourself below.
4) Wait for the lucky draw
Poker legend Phil ‘poker brat’ Hellmuth was not dealt a lucky draw against Adam ‘ruthless’ levy.
Watch Phil’s reaction when he loses the game below.
5) Possibly the worst bluff ever
Bloom, 18 year old Swede, also known by his online name Isildur1 risked over 200,000 on what could be considered one of the worst bluffs ever.
That’s the poker equivalent of running down main street pantsless.
Watch the video below!
And you, which do you think is the worst bad beat? Let us know in the “comments” section below!