Online poker rooms, which generated an estimated billions / year in gross winnings globally, attract millions of beginners whose assessment of their own abilities bears little relation to reality. Any player worth a pair of deuces will tell you that poker is a game of skill.
But, according to Professor Gerhard Meyer and his team at the University of Bremen’s Institute of Psychology and Cognition Research, they are wrong. He says that we are, as in so many parts of our life, fooled by randomness into believing that we are masters of our destiny.
Now you will see how unlucky Poker player loses $1 Million after incredible bad beat.
Poker players Connor Drinan and Cary Katz go all in pre-flop with aces at the World Series of Poker $1 million buy-in tournament. Drinan went all-in with his pocket aces before the flop as statistically, he only had a 2% chance of losing the hand at that point. What happened next will shock you… provided that you understand (or not) how texas hold ‘em poker works.