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Drinan’s One Drop Bad Beat Makes Its Case For Poker History

Some call it the worst of all time, but it has competition.

Is this the worst? The above sickness has a 1 in 2.7 billion chance in happening.

We know that everyone loves being on the outside of a great bad beat. Hell, we’ve been running the Bad Beat Diaries since Day 1 here at F5. Now, with the viral spreading of Conor Drinan's “million doallar beat” people have wanted to know if it’s one of the worst bad beats of all time (considering the situation and the hand itself).

Watch: Conor Drinan vs Cary Katz – The Bad Beat To End Bad Beats

Well, most poker players are going to realize that while it’s very very very bad, it may not be the absolute worst. Over at PokerToday, Steve Ruddock tries to put some perspective on where Conor’s fallen Aces land in the canon of bad beats.

So if you like good bad beat, some of which have helped shape poker history, then we’re going to recommend taking a quick look.

Read: Forget AA vs. AA here are the real worst bad beats in WSOP history

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