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Aces vs Aces, the worst bad beat in WSOP history

By 07.30.14

Last night ESPN aired their $1 million buy-in tournament, during which Cary Katz put Connor Drinan all-in only to found out they both held pocket aces. Then things got weird.


After a four-bet pre-flop back and forth, Connon Drinan found himself all in with almost a virtual lock to split the pot. The poker gods however had other things in mind, and he lost his ONE MILLION DOLLAR buy-in in the most excruciating manner possible. Here’s the footage:

Deep breaths…. Busting out of a $1M buy-in tourney on a bad beat, when you were a virtual lock to split the pot, and held the strongest pre-flop hand in the deck. Actually, f*ck deep breaths. You should probably quit poker forever because you’ll never be able to get this one out of your mind.

Cass Anderson
About Cass Anderson... Cass is the social media editor and Director of Online Marketing for Guyism.com. You will find him at every Phish show that has ever existed, even ones before he was born.
TAGS$1M buy-in tournamentCary KatzCary Katz put Connor DrinanConnor DrinanESPN No Limit Hold Emone million dollar buy-in tournamentWorld Series of PokerWorld Series of Poker million dollar tournamentworst bad beat in poker historyWSOP

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