I had one bad beat and one unlucky loss that crippled me.
First, the unlucky one: A guy called a raise from me and a third player was looking at: ♣Q ♣5, and he called, too (don't ask, that's how these guys play). The flop was ♣9 ♣8 ♠4.
I bet enough to drive out the first overcaller and put the other guy all in. He called, apparently thinking he had a flush draw. I showed him ♣A ♣K and he was drawing thin, as they say. I was an 80.71% favorite, but a non-club 7 and 6 came to give him a straight.
The second one was worse. I raised with A-Q and got two callers, one from the big blind. The flop was A-5-5 rainbow. The big blind bet about half the pot, and I raised enough to put her all in. The third player went away. She called and showed A-6. The turn was a 6, naturally. Boo.
The bust-out hand I ran 10-10 into aces and we were all in preflop. This is a hand I might have gotten away from normally, but not after my stack was decimated. There were maybe 35 runners left (18 were to be paid), c'est la vie.
I might try again tomorrow. Why not, it couldn't be any worse.