Recently had the misfortune of losing what is now the biggest ever pot on Replay by means of a bad beat. Can’t do anything but laugh! Here’s the hand!
To explain, I was winning big against gamergirI and (s)he was getting frustrated, raising huge and getting way too many hands all in. As a result, I decided to go for a humongous 800BB all in rather than a normal 3bet with QQ, knowing that the EV I would gain by getting it all in preflop was far more than I could generate after the flop out of position when we had more info on our hands. Don’t blame me for the absolute mess that is now the biggest ever hand on Replay- I’m absolutely confident the all in was the most profitable move with how gamergirI was playing.
gamergirI made the outrageous (but expected) QTs call, and unfortunately 16% preflop equity became 100% on the river with a completed flush. 1,626,235,232 chips were snatched from me just like that.
I feel it is now reasonable to proclaim myself the unluckiest player on Replay Poker. Out of over 500 million hands, this is the biggest ever bad beat. I’d say that’s an achievement of sorts!