Two bad beat stories:
When I went out 4th, I did so in a razz game. I was dealt 54(A), and raised all in (I was short stacked). The result an irritatingly amazing: 54(A422)5, for a hand of A4522. Bah.
When I went out 11th, it was in a limit hold 'em game, and as most good bad beat stories start, "I was in the big blind, and..." with blinds of $100/$200. I was dealt 7♥ 9♥. It folded around to the button, whose stack was twice the size of mine ($2965 to my $1441). He raised to 200, the small blind folded, and I called. I think he's just trying to buy it.
8♥ 4♠ T♠. I've got an open end straight draw.
I bet, button raises, I call.
The turn is J♠. I've hit my straight, although there's now a flush possible. I bet, he raises, I reraise, he caps it, I call.
The river is 6♠, and I've got $241 left. I bet, he raises me all in, I call. I still don't think he's really got a spade.
He turns over A♠ 8♠. He was ahead the whole time. Stick a fork in me.