I played in a Sunday afternoon tournament at the Horseshoe Casino Tunica. Didn't do any good, but did see this hand and heard a great bad beat story.
A player limped in with K-6 suited and was played it against the big blind. The flop was K-Q-2 and the limper bet fairly large and was called. The turn was a 6 making the board: K-Q-6-2 rainbow. The limper, holding two pair, moved all in and was called.
The big blind turned over A-Q for second pair. The river was an ace, giving the big blind a higher two pair. Yes, the f-word was uttered (he was warned).
The guy who lost then related this hand from the NL cash game Saturday evening, the night before. He had K-Q and the flop was K-K-Q. Can you say "Yowsa?" He bet, was raised and moved all in for $300. The lady called him and showed 3-3.
"I thought you were bluffing," she explained.
The turn was a 3 and the river was a 3.
You'd almost think he made this up, but the way the guy told the story, I believe him. That has to be the worst bad beat I've heard about. Have you heard of a worse one?