my last 4 'bad beats'
me: T7c p1: 66 p2: XX p3: XX
flop: 9s 8d 6h -> he bet $8 I call, p2,3 fold
turn: Kd -> he bet $34, me raise $63.5, he calls &
river: 8 (((((
me: AKh (bad & loose) player1: As 9d p2: XX
flop: Ad 8h 9h -> they check to me I bet $3, p2 raise $6, p1 raise $9 I call, p2 fold
turn: 8s -> he bet $14.9 I call
river: Ac even boat didnt saved me (((
me: T9c p1: 66 p2: XX
flop: 3h 2c 6c
turn: 8c (my flush!)
river 3c (he getting boat, same situation as No1!)
just several mins before 3. same player p1 won me, we both had flush at river only he had nut flush!
Hand 1: There are 10 cards not reveled that can beat you on the river(One 6, 3 8s, 3 9s, and 3 Kings). Since we know what 8 of the remaining cards are based on your description, that is 10/44 = 23%. Certainly not unheard of.
Hand 2: He has you beat on the flop! Not to mention the turn and river. Top two pair versus your top pair and K kicker. If you would have won that hand, it would have been a bad beat for him! Yes, you had the best hand pre-flop, but please! Best hand pre-flop does not a conspiracy make.
Hand 3: He not only has the best hand pre-flop, he has you beat at the flop. Yes, you caught your flush card on the turn, but once again he has 10 cards that can beat you on the river. I can hardly call this a bad beat.
Hand 4: Player catches same flush card that you needed on river, only he has the better flush. Meaning he had you beat before the river as well. And you are complaining?!?!?!?!?
I will give you credit for one things. You certainly have the Phil Hellmuth act down when you suffer an allegedly "bad beat."