GGPoker paid $1 000 000 in Bad Beat Jackpot in one day

Bad Beat Jackpot in one day

​Recently, GGPoker simplified the Bad Beat Jackpot rules. Now, it is even easier to get jackpot for a bad beat, because combinations higher than AAA-KK full-house in NL Hold'em are suitable.

Some days ago, GGPoker paid one million dollars within a day. At the same time, one player was lucky to become a Bad Beat winner twice.

1. Quad of threes against quad sevens

Jackpot

  • "phil_sn" – $11 000
  • "anneefish" – $35 400
  • Other participants – $2 800  

2. Quad nines versus quad of queens

12 hours later, “phil_sn” took part in the bad beat jackpot again, but as a loser of hand.

  • "phil_sn" – $35 100  
  • "Setamies" – $10 500
  • Other participants – $2 800

3. Two straight flushes

In the third bad beat jackpot, two straight flushes competed.

  • "Scottey" – $27 1500
  • "Andrei" – $89 300
  • Other participants – $7 100

Jackpot

4. Quad queens against quad aces

The next jackpot was paid at the short deck table with $10 ante.

  • "FiveHigh" – $50 420  
  • "Jackcoy" – $161 750
  • Other participants – $12 940

Jackpot

5. Quad of tens against straight flush

The biggest jackpot of the day took place at $10/ $20 PLO table.

  • "RegnarLod" – $108 960
  • "Airlines22" – $352 340
  • Other participants – $28 187

Jackpot

Thus, GGPoker paid out five bad bit jackpots for a total amount of $1 000 000 during the day. The rules have been simplified, so each of you has a good chance of hitting the jackpot.  

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