I don't understand this thread, as much as I want to... What is the purpose of it? If it's not one of those "rigged" threads, if it's not asking about the exact probability that this happens... What is it? If you're asking why this happened/happens every day... Well, it's cause of variance. Because there is a 27% probability of AJ beating QQ and not 0%.

You can try flipping a coin a couple of thousand times or more. There will eventually be a scenario where it will land on the same side 10 or more times in a row. Of course it will be different probability wise (1: 2^10 if I'm not mistaken) than AJ beating QQ 10 times in a row on the same table ((27/100)^10), but it should be just as weird. Rare scenarios happen in online poker all the time, and they are more noticable than in live poker simply because you can play way more hands per hour online than live, which means that the probability of you seeing a rare scenario in an hour of online poker is way bigger than the probability of you seeing a rare scenario in live poker

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Once you understand the concepts of probability and variance, not many things are weird or able to surprise you... You just don't care anymore. Results aren't important in poker anyways, you should not care at all whether you lost or won a hand but rather how you played it. If you determined the oponent's hand range correctly and made +EV decisions, then you really shouldn't care whether you get sucked out on the river or not or lose AA vs 27o in a preflop all in as you are aware that this kind of situations are profitable for you in the long run

. Be happy to get it in ahead!