I've seen something this week playing live that I have yet to see online.
1/2, The preflop raise was to 8 bucks made by the BB who had both the the limped button and SB call.
Flop was 7 4 5 of spades. SB checks, BB fires 18, the button makes it 50, SB shoves for about $120, BB goes all in for $100, and Button does the "what the hell I call" call and has them both covered.
The BB had the nut flush (A T), Button had king high flush (K 8 ), and SB queen high flush (Q 6). So even the 3rd nuts had a miracle one out draw to the straight flush. Turn was a low heart and a Jack of spades hit the river.
Watching the hand, you think one of the three guys hit a set, maybe two pair, a nut flush draw, or maybe even a straight but not all three guys flopping big flushes.
It was a wild hand and the biggest action flop I ever witnessed in my brief time playing.