Improving on Remus' answer, you could use a more powerful compression, storing nothing in the database.
How would that work?
Just like the difference between a method and a generator in Python, the difference between a function that
returns a value or
yields it when needed. Lets call it "lazy evaluation".
As an example, assuming the table will hold all possible hands of a poker/bridge game, with a card deck of 52 cards. The number of different hands is 52!, roughly equal to 10^68 or 2^226* So, instead of actually storing all of these hands in a table, you'll need to find a way to produce them when needed.
It's similar to a "numbers" or tally table. You don't really need a table to store all numbers from 1 to 10 billion. You can produce those numbers one by one, when needed. That case is of course very simple, the next number is produced by simply adding
1 to the previous one. The poker case is a bit more complicated - but still feasible.
In conclusion, yes, you can have this in a database - using 0 bytes in storage - and only a few bytes for the code/procedure/view that will be evaluating/producing the rows.
*: was 266 a typo?