The sickest BAD BEAT in history of World Series of Poker WSOP 2008 Main Event. The chance of royal flush.
"The chances of a royal flush and quads happening in the same hand: 1 in 2.7 billion" So for pocket aces the chance is about 1 in 669 million.
In the 2008 World Series of Poker Motoyuki Mabuchi's quad aces were beaten by Justin Phillip's Royal flush. I have a simple question about the odds of this. I had one of these a few weeks ago where I was the RF over AAAA - both cards in the pocket. There's a Q between. Doing so will result in a one day ban. The river was crazy, quads had the second best hand possible, he thought he had it won. Questions move down the chain and answers come up, not the other way .