Poker Winning Hands

99% Loses! Worst Terrible Beat in WSOP History? | $fifty,000 Poker Players Championship | 2019 WSOP





Bryce Yockey starts off a pivotal $fifty,000 Poker Player’s Championship two-seven Triple Draw hand with a 99% possibility to win, until finally chip chief Josh Arieh will get sticky and attracts excellent to deal Yockey a single of the worst beats in Environment Sequence of Poker history.

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35 comments

  1. i dont know what happend cause i don't understand this game

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  2. wow! pokerstars replayers are very realistic now. cant wait to see GTA 6

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  3. So you’re saying there’s a chance…

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  4. What….a…..suckout….

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  5. he wasnt 100% so get over it

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  6. If Phil Hellmouth ended up on the losing end of this, he would have flipped the table.

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  7. Translate to Hold'em, is a Royal vs Straight Flush

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  8. “He feels $140k pay ladder is what he feels.” Haha

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  9. "bust that motherflucker" haha

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  10. Ty to all that explained wtf was happening and providing a new way to look at poker. I'm racking my brain to understand how this is different though? If it's the polar opposite in essence then wtf is the point? It seems less like playing basketball in reverse where the object is to NOT score and thus changing the rules and entire game, and more like just having the teams switch ends to score am I correct? I don't understand why if it's the latter which it seems.

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  11. I’m confused 😀

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  12. wow, now that's sick! Think I'd have flipped!

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  13. This hand is like hitting a set in hold em on 3 consecutive flops

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  14. I have no idea what's going on orcwhy this is meaningful.

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  15. I’ve no idea he said he’s got a wheel? I got 4 on my car? What’s the point?

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  16. So sick. “I feel your pain” yeah bc this happens all the time 🙄

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  17. Well. That looked like he got kicked in the balls.

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  18. I don’t get it

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  19. Plain as day what happened here.

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  20. At the start of the hand Arieh was .3 percent to win the hand and 99.7 for Yockey

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  21. Yeup wow! Only way he could possibly win was to make the 6 high straight in the first two draws, then drop the 6 on the final draw and catch the 7. Unbelievable.
    If that didn’t make much sense to you, you should check out 7-2. It’s a fun game and a perfect remedy for when you’re on a cold run in hold ‘em. Let those terrible cards work in your favor 🙂

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  22. That’s what he gets for playing this stupid game

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  23. I did the maths and chances of winning the hand after the first change of cards were around 0.55%. So from the beggining, he had wide less than 0.55% of winning that hand.
    This situation it's similar or even equal to the worst bad beat possible on Texas Holdem, which is 0,10% of losing the hand: a 1 outer 2 street runner-runner, which is equal to flopping quads, going all in against 2 Aces, then comes Ace and Ace on the turn and river giving a higher quads to the other player. Or also flopping straight flush and losing-drawing against a higher backdor staight flush.
    This isn't sickness, this is death.

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  24. 98% of people watching this: wtf is going on?

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  25. The following 2-7 hands (not a complete list) are ranked from least powerful (#1, which will rarely win the pot) to most powerful (#16, the nuts):

    J, 7, 4, 3, 2 (all the same suit – a flush)

    8, 7, 6, 5, 4 (a straight)

    7, 6, 5, 4, 3 (a lower straight)

    5, 5, 5, 6, 3

    2, 2, 7, 6, 5

    A, 9, 6, 4, 2

    A, 8, 7, 4, 2

    A, 5, 4, 3, 2 (not a straight – ace-high)

    K, J, 8, 7, 4

    T, 7, 5, 4, 3

    T, 6, 5, 4, 3

    T, 6, 5, 4, 2

    9, 7, 6, 4, 3

    8, 6, 4, 3, 2

    7, 6, 4, 3, 2

    7, 5, 4, 3, 2

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  26. You will not be surprised if you are experiencing many games.

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  27. holy crap WHAT THE F!

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  28. For holdem players;

    Odds are about the same as AA vs 66 when the flop hits Axx. Absolutely disgusting.

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  29. Matt Affleck's bad beat is the worst bad beat ever and Josh Duhamel is a tool.

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  30. Thank you to the comments. I didnt understand this at all and I play lots of poker.

    To those that haven't figured it out. This is just the opposite of normal poker. You want to have the worst hand possible. 2,3,4,5,7 is the best possible hand to have and 2,3,4,6,7 is the second best. The loser flopped the 2nd nuts and the winner ended up drawing 3 out and 3 out runner runner to the nuts to win.

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  31. What happened lol

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  32. Wow…

    Still dont know whats going on

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  33. so i thought a wheel was bad in 2-7 but at showdown he says i made a wheel and wins the pot. can someone explain pls?

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  34. Wowwwwwww

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  35. You could see it on the dealer’s face.. he feels absolutely crushed for Bryce.

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