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Top 5 Bad Beats Poker ♠️ Poker Top 5 ♠️ PokerStars Global

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  • PokerStars
    PokerStars  2 years ago +74

    ♠️ Which bad beat is your favorite? ♠️

    • Chris Young
      Chris Young Year ago


    • Spooky8
      Spooky8 Year ago

      Second video and last for sure hahaha

    • Holden Henry
      Holden Henry Year ago

      @Shawn Tristen Yup, been watching on instaflixxer for since december myself :)

    • Shawn Tristen
      Shawn Tristen Year ago

      dont know if anyone gives a damn but if you guys are stoned like me during the covid times you can watch all of the new movies and series on Instaflixxer. Been watching with my girlfriend for the last days :)

    • Enchilada72
      Enchilada72 2 years ago +1

      Is this a real question? Which of these bad beats did everyone else at the table celebrate? My favorite part is that had Phil not asked how many times Ernest wanted to run it, he would have won the whole pot. Having Tony G, Laak, and Negreanu at the table to pile on was icing on the cake.

  • Dustin Platt
    Dustin Platt 6 years ago +4781

    "Why is everyone so happy?! Except Phil."
    Prolly my favorite poker quote ever.

    • gpet4040
      gpet4040 Year ago

      The bike's coming 🚲

    • DivineAtheistWannabe
      DivineAtheistWannabe 2 years ago

      Phil: "What do you have, aces or kings?"
      Everyone: "why did you slow roll him!"
      Phil: "hey, I thought he had 10's full or something"

    • Epicsburg
      Epicsburg 2 years ago +1

      I scrolled down to look for this

    • DiamondTalk
      DiamondTalk 2 years ago

      Jokus Maximus BUT THE HAND

    • Erik
      Erik 3 years ago

      Negreanu can't hold a candle to Hellmuth

  • Rick Sundberg
    Rick Sundberg 3 years ago +84

    Watching Phil's reactions is really funny but he did let the guy run it 4 times, that was actually very cool of him and in true buddy fashion, everyone at the table rubbed it in and gave him shit.

    • Mr. Mileena
      Mr. Mileena 7 months ago

      @Jorge Herrera and I would play like Phil because I will think in worse case you will have 2 kings so win twice with 15 percent chance then even less if one king shows up. So I have a bigger chance to win because one time is risky even if odds are with you, it's poker. I watched the complete thing and luck was against him. Remember hand 8 9 and 8 10. He had it and a 9 showed up on the river. I repeat myself again, whatever you say I am still convinced that he did it to save his money in the first place.

    • Jorge Herrera
      Jorge Herrera 7 months ago

      @Mr. Mileena I 100% want to play with you if you’ll run it 4 times when you have the advantage. 100% will play with you. Not even a moment of hesitation.

    • Mr. Mileena
      Mr. Mileena 7 months ago

      @Jorge Herrera and reality makes it even more concrete. Would you give away 50k to a stranger in a cash game, if so let's play together. You can tell by his attitude after that he is not fine with it. If he wanted to act fine, he would be OK and not look sick. There is no need to try to convince me, you have your opinion and I have mine.

    • Jorge Herrera
      Jorge Herrera 7 months ago

      @Mr. Mileena are you in his head? So numbers make way more sense cuz it’s concrete rather than make believe

    • Mr. Mileena
      Mr. Mileena 7 months ago

      @Jorge Herrera you are not in his head so you don't know... He could also lose with 15 percent, it's poker. Playing 4 times was a way for him to stay in the game for sure.

  • Xan Atar
    Xan Atar 6 years ago +1599


    • kh2freek
      kh2freek Year ago

      @CrysisOwnsHalo you’re right, will edit

    • CrysisOwnsHalo
      CrysisOwnsHalo Year ago +1

      @kh2freek You mean a pair of Aces on the board?

    • kh2freek
      kh2freek Year ago

      @El Patron There are a pair of Aces on the board. Busquet's hand plays as AAAKK, Aces full of Kings, beating the lower Kings full of Aces (was full of 8's until the river)

    • El Patron
      El Patron Year ago

      Will someone please tell me how that three of a kind won over the full house?

    • Doug
      Doug Year ago

      Seen that IRL. Day 2 mtt live. 2 bigstacks get it in OTF.
      K82r flop.
      KK vs AK.
      Running A A. Live.

  • PokerStaples
    PokerStaples 6 years ago +1764

    The Wiggins/Phil Hand is my favorite hand of TV poker ever. So funny XD

    • RodJeez
      RodJeez Year ago

      Strangely Phil didn't insult Wiggins like he does literally everyone except Phil Hellmuth

    • Dylan S.
      Dylan S. Year ago

      daniel: “why is everyone so happy except phil?!” 😂😂

    • Jorge Herrera
      Jorge Herrera Year ago +1

      “Why is everyone so happy except for Phil?” 😂

    • Chelsea P
      Chelsea P 2 years ago

      Classic OG dnegs reaction lolll

    • JFGMusicien
      JFGMusicien 2 years ago

      Seen it 4 times and im still laughing my ass off.

  • StuckScarab
    StuckScarab 6 years ago +1537

    If Pokerstars wants to make a top 5 bad beats they could have saved time looking for these clips and just sat in on one of their online cash tables for 30 minutes.

    • NaturAdventur
      NaturAdventur Year ago

      @Arthur Schopenhauer liar,

    • NaturAdventur
      NaturAdventur Year ago

      @Traian Ionita so why are you losing?

    • NaturAdventur
      NaturAdventur Year ago

      @03056932R well said, only loser players with no skill think it's fixed.
      Yes, pokerstars have an algorithm specifically for you to lose.

    • Bruno Almeida
      Bruno Almeida Year ago

      @eXampL omg the most unlucky guy in the poker world, stop crying and get better.

    • Mr.LuoWuJi
      Mr.LuoWuJi Year ago

      @GigaQuake LMFAO....HAHAH....

  • joseph10097
    joseph10097 6 years ago +1960

    I FKING LOVE DANIEL HAHAHAHAHHA "Why is everybody so happy!? Except Phil." LOL 😂

    • Alexander The Great
      Alexander The Great Year ago +1

      @ssstuart0039 he is a crappy dude.

    • 93 Stang
      93 Stang 2 years ago

      Swear I was gonna post the same comment 🤣 had me lmao

    • Ronit Mukhi
      Ronit Mukhi 2 years ago +1

      @DonnMorency425 watch the actual video it was pretty long

    • ssstuart0039
      ssstuart0039 2 years ago +2

      i like daniel but he also seems like a little weasel

    • DonnMorency425
      DonnMorency425 3 years ago

      Daniel was out of line saying it was a horrible slow role. It was just over 1 second and Daniel acted like that never happens. He is an ass.

    MBULTRAHD 2 years ago +10

    The most hilarious thing about the last one is that everyone knows how to push Phil's buttons and they do so beautifully 😂

  • Marcus Herrera
    Marcus Herrera Year ago +3

    Will never, ever, ever get tired of watching Phil get beat like that. I laugh every time like it's the 1st time I've seen it.

  • Jax
    Jax 2 years ago +44

    Phil letting it run more than once is class honestly

  • logan
    logan 6 years ago +7

    the last one was the most hilarious, Negreanu hyping everyone up, Phil saying "yeah I really like it" and the jabs from Tony G. And of course an amateur (I'm guessing) beating him. Phil's worst nightmare

  • Rob S
    Rob S Year ago +4

    The look on Doyle's face 🤣 when everyone is laughing at Phil

  • Sinder Kaur
    Sinder Kaur 2 years ago +3

    Phil running that 4 times is easily one of the biggest mistakes of his career. 🤯

  • TJ Meyers
    TJ Meyers 2 years ago +6

    Daniel's laugh when the king hits on the final run gets me every time 😂

  • William Hannah
    William Hannah 6 years ago +127

    Statistically, the worst bad beat here is Busquet over Reichardt, as he had only four unique card combinations which could win (ace of clubs + ace of hearts, ace of clubs + ace of diamonds, ace of hearts + ace of diamonds, or 8 + 8), which means his odds were 1/248.
    The second worst here is more complicated, but is certainly Phil Hellmuth beat three times. The odds of Phil being beat three times or more, given the cards in play after each run, turns out to be about 1/162.
    Here's a more interesting fact: The odds were near 1/5050 that Phil would be beat all four times. If only....
    (Note: The actual odds of losing 3/4 runs in a given situation requires consideration of 543 billion different possibilities, which would be quite challenging to determine. I assumed that each run was independent of the others {"given the cards in play after each run"}, which is technically incorrect, in determining Phil's likelihood of being beaten. This strategy included a more manageable 3454 combinations. Perhaps the math emphasizes how complex poker can be.)

    • Logan Babler
      Logan Babler 29 days ago

      Are we forgetting that a royal flush is 1 in 20,000 fuck the 1 in 5000 odds

    • Torinir A.
      Torinir A. Year ago

      One thing that pushes those odds into deeper territory is the fact that there's a card burned before each turn, and another card burned before the river. Wiggins dodged having his outs burned between turns and rivers.

    • iRonic CrucyFix
      iRonic CrucyFix 2 years ago

      @jack lawrence I'm not really sure to be honest. His statement is in consideration of possible bad beats. Now i'm confused, haha, guess we take it as how we understand it to be fair, either pre or post flop. I'm not even sure why i'm here dicussing this.

    • jack lawrence
      jack lawrence 2 years ago

      iRonic CrucyFix yeah thats what im saying .. this guy is obviously talking after the flop

    • iRonic CrucyFix
      iRonic CrucyFix 2 years ago

      @jack lawrence its always fre-flop prospective since its statistics.

  • Toby Holland
    Toby Holland 6 years ago +864

    "If you're gonna win that's how you win."
    "No, you stay at the table, and watch your fate. That's how you win." ;)

    • tynell9811
      tynell9811 Year ago

      I like Tony G lol FYI I just started watching it today lol

    • tynell9811
      tynell9811 Year ago

      Favorite part lol

    • glennhagstedt
      glennhagstedt Year ago +5

      @Dion Polfliet Its not the same thing, this was just a regular tournament, not the WSOP main event, and Moneymaker has been losing money consistently since 03´ when he won the main event, he´s not a pro, he´s a bad player who happened to luckbox his way into a big win, which has sustained him until now, and you can´t compare playing a big cup final to a poker tournament, there is tournaments every single day, cup finals is once maybe twice a year.

    • Dion Polfliet
      Dion Polfliet Year ago +2

      @glennhagstedt For him its like work, how many football players miss their daughters birthday just to play like in a cup final...

    • glennhagstedt
      glennhagstedt Year ago +5

      @User Are you kidding me? His daughter will never have a lets say 6th birthday again, and the moment your gambling addiction goes before your own daughter its time to stop and re-evaluate your priorities, this isnt even a debate, its just basic morals.

  • Kejmur
    Kejmur 3 years ago +5

    That final 6 in the first one was exactly spot on. Seriously the way guy was acting he deserved it...

  • Marshall Lamb
    Marshall Lamb Year ago +2

    Wow man that was hilarious. And Phil was being nice running it 4 times cause it seemed like his opponent was worried about the money.

  • Matt Kerr
    Matt Kerr 6 years ago +1

    fair play to phil. he was giving the loose cannon a chance to stay obviously very unlucky to lose 3 in a row. but he showed some class there running it 4 times

  • Ryan Plante
    Ryan Plante 2 years ago +2

    The Wiggins hand is by far the greatest 4 run ever love to see Phil take a hit like that

  • Paul Argyropoulos
    Paul Argyropoulos 4 years ago

    The SAME THING happened to me @7:16 only it was against 5s and not 8s. SAME. EXACT. THING. I gave up poker for 8 months after that bad beat.

  • Jen Dee
    Jen Dee 2 years ago +1

    Doyle Brunsons indifference the entire time was great 😂

  • yuriabcdms
    yuriabcdms Year ago +1

    Even Doyle was laughing his ass off over them making fun of Hellmuth hahahaha

  • Scott O
    Scott O 2 years ago

    I always feel bad for Phil on that one. He was trying to be nice to the loose cannon and got screwed, then got completely mocked for it

  • willtommo13
    willtommo13 Year ago +1

    Negreno's laugh at 12:48 is so good

  • jagman938
    jagman938 4 years ago +137


  • Vince Darlson Cabigon
    Vince Darlson Cabigon 2 years ago +6

    Everytime i need a good laugh, i always come here to see Wiggins vs Hellmuth 😂

  • George Linton
    George Linton 4 years ago +2

    The look on Phil's face when that 8 of Spades hit, it was like he couldn't gat a breath, utter disbelief.

  • Todd Kobrin
    Todd Kobrin 6 years ago

    THe first hand is far away from being a bad beat. Mercier got it in good and was a 2 to 1 fav pre flop but after flop and turn, that really wasn´t a bad beat from start to finish. The second one of course was a good and deserved one :-)

  • Steven Kramer
    Steven Kramer 4 years ago

    I like Phil Hellmuth and understand why other people dont. However, he plays solidly and complains often because he usually is right about running bad. If you get him away from the table he really is a class act.

  • Patrick Crum
    Patrick Crum 3 years ago +2

    I'm actually on Phil's side for once lol and he let the guy run it 4 times even though he didn't feel like he slow rolled

  • Teabonesteak
    Teabonesteak 3 years ago

    13:00-13:07 is a pure moment.

  • Ace Dominguez
    Ace Dominguez 3 years ago +138

    I think Phil Helmuth is the unluckiest poker player ever. HAHA

    • Cole Johnson
      Cole Johnson Year ago

      Think about it tho. If he’s constantly getting bad beats that means he’s constantly in big pots in which he’s favored.

    • 麦老板
      麦老板 Year ago

      @ZombieNationLTD If he gave up Poker after the 12th bracelet, he would be one of the legend. However, he will be remembered as one of the biggest mouths now.

    • ZombieNationLTD
      ZombieNationLTD Year ago +1

      His 12 bracelets would beg to differ

    • 麦老板
      麦老板 Year ago

      He himself thought so, too.

    • Syd Playlist
      Syd Playlist 2 years ago +26

      That actually makes him the most skillful poker player ever as well . Imagine being the unluckiest and still being the player who has the most bracelets .

  • SuSpInTiOn
    SuSpInTiOn 2 years ago

    I absolutely loved that last video, it was so amazing! I enjoyed it a bit too much tbh haha

  • MattTheBeast
    MattTheBeast Year ago

    Let’s not forget about that one time a guy lost with quad 3s to someone with quad 8s. That’s a bad beat of a lifetime

  • TheCrnMage
    TheCrnMage 6 years ago +1

    This is inspiration to quit poker and to fix gambling problems.

  • Bob Lee
    Bob Lee Year ago

    I don't think Phil was slow rolling. He thought it was a genuine possibility that the Loose Cannon had tens. They should show pre-flop but they don't because it would show that Wiggins flatted against Helmuth's raise. That's why he did that bit of speech play before shoving. Wiggins answer to whether or not he had AA or KK made him sure he had him beat. Not to mention it was super classy to let him run it 4 times. I'm pretty sure the others at the table just don't like Phil.

  • Ryan Wow
    Ryan Wow 6 years ago +1

    #3 wasn't a bad beat. The dude had 11 outs! Odds were heavily in his favor

  • Michael H.
    Michael H. 3 years ago +15

    "Phil has flopped the Hellmuth out of it"
    I'm dying..😂

  • robinaboy
    robinaboy 2 years ago

    How did Selbst know Shak had 11 outs (as she told her friend off the table)? Wouldn’t she have to know what cards everyone else had?

  • Drake Stensland
    Drake Stensland 3 years ago

    Hellmuth's face after the spade🤣😂😂

  • jackston baumgartner
    jackston baumgartner 5 years ago +2

    I just don't understand why Phil would want to deal it four times in a situation where he is 85%vs15% ?

  • Matt
    Matt 6 years ago +1

    the first on this list always gets me laughing. phil hellmuth taking a bad beat is the funniest. He couldnt even spaz because he slow rolled a freaking amatuer player HHAHAHAHAHA

  • S G
    S G 2 years ago

    #1 just never stops being funny.

  • j.sharp23
    j.sharp23 3 years ago

    To be honest I don’t even feel like Phil slowrolled lol. I’ve had trips get demolished by running cards probably 60% of the time I’ve had them

  • marco wetering
    marco wetering 5 years ago +1

    That shit happens daily online. I'm not impressed. My 3bet A-A just got beaten by an A-5o on the SB... Flop A-5-8. Both all in. Runner runner 5-5. Lost 300 bucks there...

  • HungryForHeaven
    HungryForHeaven 6 years ago +863

    Hellmuth to Tony G: Show some class!!
    Tony G: But... the hand?!! You're a professional. You're not meant to play like that!
    Priceless!! :D

    • Sandeep Mahat
      Sandeep Mahat Year ago


    • 麦老板
      麦老板 Year ago

      Tony showed his respect to Phil already. Otherwise, he would say, "your career's finished, you're gone, gone, gone……" hahaha

    • Murrr XM
      Murrr XM 2 years ago

      Always funny Tony and phil H. :D

    • Jaxon Burn
      Jaxon Burn 2 years ago +4

      They’re both just awful, awful people.

    • JoshLabs Gaming
      JoshLabs Gaming 2 years ago +11

      @DoctorChained It's more about phil running it 4 times on that board
      what's he got ? trips, nothing more.. facing set chance, and backdoor flushes and backsdoor straights.
      He just shouldn't offer 100000 outs to the guy and complain afterwards.

  • bryan morales
    bryan morales Year ago +1

    13:48 Tony jumps in: Phil deserved that going in with (A) Ace (9) nine!! 😅😂😅😂😅

  • dan brady
    dan brady 6 years ago +1

    LMAO Hellmuth's face at 12:30 is amazing.

  • Tobias Nielsen
    Tobias Nielsen 5 years ago +5

    Hardly a slowroll when you know how much Phil himself can do with 40k behind

  • D. SQ
    D. SQ Year ago

    That last hand is a HOF hand, and something like that will likely never happen again. Unbelievable. 😂

  • Matteo Kovac
    Matteo Kovac 2 years ago

    Wow that last hand is incredible, i almost feel bad for Phil

  • D-Real-Moop 78
    D-Real-Moop 78 4 years ago

    The second one wasn't a slow roll it was his whole stack against big stack, he was thinking aces up. He didn't even take that long, you have to give home time to count blinds.

  • spence duck
    spence duck 2 years ago +1

    Kind of impressive that selbst knew that he had 11 outs off the dome like that 6:00

  • Ramification
    Ramification 6 years ago

    Wow, the 1st hand is legendary. Great banter and the poker brat gets rinsed.

  • Jordan Mokricky
    Jordan Mokricky 3 years ago

    The Hellmuth/Wiggins hand though...Wiggins odds to win the last three in a row after losing the first one was .001%.

  • Jacob Albarado
    Jacob Albarado 2 years ago

    People talk crap about Phil but he's the most entertaining and I good guy off the air. Plus he let the guy run it 4 times to give him some chance if staying alive. Good man

  • Mercedes Rodriguez
    Mercedes Rodriguez 2 years ago

    The Wiggins/Phil Hand is my favorite hand of TV poker ever. So funny XD

  • Jason M
    Jason M 4 years ago +1

    Watching Phil Helmuth lose is one of the most satisfying things to see in the world.

  • Thabiso Manukuza
    Thabiso Manukuza Year ago +1

    The last hand is so satisfying to watch😂😂😂

  • Lee-Shawn Stein
    Lee-Shawn Stein 6 years ago +103

    "Phil deserved that doing that with Ace Nine" ahahahahahahaha

  • Orion Simerl
    Orion Simerl 2 years ago

    2nd Hand (4th in video) isn't that bad of a beat either. PP v. PP the lower PP wins 1 in 5. Either way, these are good plays preflop. A bad beat is when someone is rewarded for a bad decision. For example, although the stakes wern't nearly as great I was 3 handed and played Q10 on my BB. I hit a 10 on the flop which gave me top pair. My opponent raised 1/3rd of my stack. I pushed all in. He called with 7 2spades with no pair and 1 spade on the board. I have a 96% chance of winning that hand. The turn and river are spades. That's a bad beat. The night before I was playing a tournament. There was raise and a reraise before the action came to me and my pocket Aces. Knowing I would get at least one of them call I pushed. They both called. One caller had AJ while the other had KQ. The AJ was short stacked so he was taking his chances. The KQ had me covered. With two raises and the third pushing you have to assume at best You're up against AK but most likey someone has AA, KK, or QQ. KQ calls me with a 15% chance of winning the hand preflop and flops a fucking straight. Horrible call bad beat. What makes a beat bad is the degree of idiocy that comes with the call. This is shit video in the first two examples.

  • Real Gs Dont Die
    Real Gs Dont Die Year ago

    I feel bad for Phil. I love seeing him lose lol

  • Jonathan Allard
    Jonathan Allard 2 years ago

    I just had the biggest bad beat sequence of my life and now I'm pissed to high heavens and just wanna see other people burn the same way I did.

  • twiceborn88
    twiceborn88 3 years ago

    best bad beat story... low stack went all in and me and my dad both called flop came, 6 6 Q my dad raises me a fair amount i call and a 9 comes on the turn i checked then he checked, my dad had me covered just bearly and another Q hits the river so my hand was pocket Qs i just hit 4 of a kind on the river and couldnt believe it so when my dad put me all in i call right away... he turns over pocket 6s and i just start laughing as i turn my cards over and show my higher 4 of a kinds... as you can imagine he wasnt pleased haha

  • celerystikz
    celerystikz 2 years ago +2

    "Why is everyone so happy...except phil??" Lmao daniel exploiting tilt perfectly

  • TTVCuban
    TTVCuban 2 years ago

    This happens to me all the time on online poker is the worst feeling lol

  • hellaclownin
    hellaclownin 4 years ago

    Honestly that was a great call by doug polk @ 5:10

  • Tim D
    Tim D 6 years ago +2

    I love how everyone loves when helmuth gets beat and they all celebrate lol. then Tony g rubs it in "the bike's coming"

  • Resting Stitch Face
    Resting Stitch Face 3 years ago +1

    Aces vs. Aces ending in a flush is still my favorite bad beat

  • ChrisC
    ChrisC 6 years ago +391

    Habb slowrolls, then gestures to God at 2:56. As if God wasn't gonna get him for that.

    • Matthew Mayton
      Matthew Mayton Year ago +1

      Not shown in this clip, but Habb kind of did an angle shot too. Putin chips for a raise, then takes it back saying he meant to call though he was forced to keep the raise. Even the commenter mentioned it was kind of a dirty play. Raised from 50k to 112k.

    • Scotty ballgame
      Scotty ballgame Year ago +1

      God was like... u think Im going to let u beat that smokeshow? Nah

    • Christian Lionel
      Christian Lionel Year ago

      @Keith Morgan But what if your opponent had pocket Aces.

    • Keith Morgan
      Keith Morgan Year ago

      @Christian Lionel NO ONE is ever folding pocket kings. EVER. They are literally the 2nd best pocket cards you can get. That's why it's a slow roll.

    • Abe
      Abe 2 years ago

      What happened? I was distracted by the attractive competitor.

  • Jeff Vann
    Jeff Vann 2 years ago

    The Jennifer Harmon 7 of diamonds beat from the WS should be in there💜

  • Quinn Slattery
    Quinn Slattery 2 years ago +2

    Why was Phil's move such a brutal slow roll?
    There's two spades on the board, Ernest was obviously strong, and he was only in with maybe half of his stack

    • Sky Rat
      Sky Rat 2 years ago

      It wasn't really a slow roll. The other players really meant he was just wasting time, and they were probably trying to tilt him too

  • Kenneth King
    Kenneth King Year ago

    The first three are not really bad beats. IMO, an opponents 25% or greater chance to hit an out is not a bad beat. The last one though was probably the worst bad beat I have ever seen. My personal worst bad beat was I had JJ in the CO. Preflop others limp or fold to me and I raise 5bb. I get called by the player that is UTG. Everyone else folds. The flop comes J67 rainbow. The UTG player bets half pot. I raise to 20bb. UTG goes all in for another approximately 80bb. Since I have the best possible hand at this point, I call. UTG turns over 67o. So, the only way he can win is to get runner-runner 6s or 7s. Turn is a 7, river is a 7. That is a bad beat.

  • Derek Willette
    Derek Willette 4 years ago

    7:37 that's the face of pure pain

  • Ronghui Mr.Ye
    Ronghui Mr.Ye 2 years ago

    Hahaha. That is so funny 😂. Never act cocky on poker table.

  • benw
    benw 6 years ago +1

    Last clip had me in tears

  • al d
    al d 2 years ago

    Literally lossed to a one outer on the river. I held A6 diamond my opponent had two black 9 nines. Flop A 6 2d turn 7d river was 9h.

  • Andreas
    Andreas 6 years ago +27

    Busquet and Wiggins were the only ones who actually rekt...

  • youflunkeddaycare
    youflunkeddaycare 4 years ago

    I feel like I only ever see bad things happening to Selbst

  • Jeff Hulswit
    Jeff Hulswit 6 years ago

    I think 3 is not that much of a really bad beat. 11 outs is pretty much a good chance to survive if you not have the best hand when all in.

  • Spreadsheet Guy
    Spreadsheet Guy 6 years ago

    Helmuth actually had 94.5% to win while rolling 4 times, if I got rolling rules correctly.

  • Xero
    Xero 2 years ago

    I never feel bad for Phil, he is the saltiest player when he loses and is just flat rude whenever it happens

  • devils1trusaxon
    devils1trusaxon 6 years ago

    I get really pissed off when i have a bad beat. Especially when i play well and read what they have got, followed by them playing poorly and calling a large bet.

  • reelreeler
    reelreeler 3 years ago

    Should be a new rule for poker: ....You walk away from the table, you forfeit the hand.

  • El Patron
    El Patron Year ago +1

    How did Busquet win at 7:31 with a three of a kind vs a full house hand?

  • feverpa
    feverpa 3 years ago

    How does the Selbst hand qualify for a top 5 bad beat? It's a reasonable hand to start, and "happened" to be favored in a three way pot. He had a ton of outs after the flop and was still favored. Just because the turn didn't get him there - he had to know that if he saw two cards, he was probably a favorite. Going all in either wins him the hand outright, or gets him the final card for sure. Yes, technically it's a bit of a bad beat for Selbst, but certainly not worthy of making this list.

  • Just tell the truth!
    Just tell the truth! 4 years ago

    Just an awesome win and beating the creep makes it much better! LMAO

  • Jamie Canavan
    Jamie Canavan 2 years ago

    I love Phil Laak so much man! "I love you Ernest" lol the way he said it, was the absolute best

  • Terry Yang
    Terry Yang 6 years ago +11

    13:46 even Doyle Brunson's laughing...

  • Zeus Thunder
    Zeus Thunder 2 years ago +1

    "Why is everyone so happy except Phil?"
    Isn't it always that way hahaha

  • simplyvlogs
    simplyvlogs Year ago

    here to feel better after a massive bad beat

  • 麦老板
    麦老板 Year ago +1

    13:28 Doyle: I am sorry, Phil, but, I just couldn't help laughing, hahahaha

  • Steve B
    Steve B 3 years ago

    The first 3 weren't even close to that bad. An 11 outer and an under pair and ak vs kk. So basically all beats that we have all seen 1 of 5 or more times. Hellmuth lost with a 70 percent chance is not a bad beat either. Who made this list? Bousquet was the only beat that would even crush someone all the rest would just be sad but not worth caring about. Sure hellmuth losing 3 in a row is interesting but if you dealt that hand 100 times he would lose 15 anyway

  • Joe Mama
    Joe Mama 6 years ago +267

    9:33 hellmuth: "I got three 9s." Loose Cannon: "you lyin' be kiddin' me."

  • Steven Ramirez
    Steven Ramirez 4 years ago

    phil's face at 12:38 lol

  • pedropelaez
    pedropelaez 2 years ago

    I always love seeing Phil Hellmuth get beat

  • Gow Mitch
    Gow Mitch 2 years ago +1

    That last one was brilliant, I even liked Tony g in this, that was table of legends Daniel killed it

  • Herr Bananberg
    Herr Bananberg 5 years ago

    lol @ calling that a slow roll by Phil... he took it pretty well though

  • jderoc
    jderoc 6 years ago

    From that spot in the big game, do you guys think phil slowrolled? I mean he waited 20 seconds tops before pushing in $100k, not much of a slowroll to me I guess...