Our card scrambling/distribution is fine @Gogogo, but stuff happens when millions of hands are dealt..
I have an example close to yours but even worse: I once watched a good friend of mine playing in a big tournament on a big poker site that isn't Unibet. He got AA twice in a row, the player one seat to his left got 99 twice in a row, and in both hands he got all in vs the 99's and lost. Now I can't remember if it was this tournament or one of the others that he was playing at the same time, but my friend kept his composure and ended up winning a cool 20K early in the morning
Seeing that hand and some other crazy situations in the past both live and online, nothing really surprises me anymore, it just brings hair on the chest so to speak
@Gogogo We all have our horror stories and I'll give you mine, purely as an example of variance.
I once received JJ and lost to a set of 999, next hand KK and lost to 3x7, same player, 3rd hand JJ, nobody played so I "won" the blinds, and 4th hand KK, the one who had beaten me twice called pre with 98 off, called the flop c-bet of J 9 6, called the turn bet, imo when obviously behind, and hit another 9 on the river and stacked me again. I swore then that the game was rigged but over the years you do see a lot of weird stuff. Two weeks ago I went all week and couldn't hit a set then got 4 out of 9 in 20 minutes, all on the same table. It happens. I've been dealt back to back AA a few times, once followed by KK but never 3 times in a row, though I'm sure it will happen. It doesn't always look random but I'm pretty sure it is.