A Bad Beat never felt so good especially at Oddsmaker Poker (USA OK)
and especially because the Jackpot
stands at $176,743.06 !
Imagine you just lost a huge pot as you've been beat bad by Lady Luck. You just took a really Bad Beat. However with the Bad Beat Jackpot instead of anguish and aggravation you receive cash! Lots of cash and more than you could count.
If you play on the listed bad beat tables at OddsPoker your nastiest bad beat may become the best hand you ever play with the Bad Beat Jackpot. In any Texas Hold'em game, you will be looking to maximize your value when you pick up Quads. The chance to go all-in is automatic, but what happens if your opponent is holding higher Quads, or even a Straight Flush?
These are the worst of the Bad Beats, though with the Bad Beat Jackpot, these hands could see you raking in huge wads of cash.
The jackpot is seeded by taking 50 cents from every pot on the specially labeled ring game tables. As soon as a player has a monster hand cracked, the jackpot will be won, with every active player at the table receiving a portion of the prize money! The player with the losing hand will pick up the biggest percentage, so if you have four sevens or better using both hole cards, you should definitely hope to get beat!
Bad Beat Jackpot requirements:
• The losing hand must be at least a Four of a Kind 7's
• The winning hand must be at least a Four of a Kind 8's
• Both the winning and losing hands must include both hole cards.
• At least four players must be dealt in at the start of the hand
• The hand must have generated jackpot rake (ie. $0.50)
• Two or more players must be active at the end of the hand, and it must go to showdown.
• OddsPoker does not tolerate collusion. All players must act independently and not reveal their hands to other players, nor tell them how to act. Failure to adhere to this requirement will result in automatic disqualification from the Bad Beat Jackpot.
• Players sitting out at the Bad Beat Jackpot tables are not eligible for the Bad Beat Jackpot.
• Should two qualifying jackpot hands hit at precisely the same time, the jackpot will be awarded to the hand that began first according to OddsPoker's server time. The second of the qualifying bad beat hands would be eligible for the reseeded Bad Beat Jackpot.
• If there are two or more hands that qualify for the jackpot within one hand, then the two highest hands will be considered for the jackpot, with the highest hand being the winning hand and the second highest hand winning the bad beat.
• OddsPoker reserves the right to alter these terms and conditions at any time.
Don't waste any more time! Head on over to those bad beat jackpot tables.