Poker Hands

  1. Royal Flush

    The best hand in the game — don’t expect to see one any time soon. Basically, it’s a straight flush starting with a high ace.

    1. 10 of Hearts
    2. Jack of Hearts
    3. Queen of Hearts
    4. King of Hearts
    5. Ace of Hearts
  2. Straight Flush

    A straight where all five cards are of the same suit.

    1. 5 of Clubs
    2. 6 of Clubs
    3. 7 of Clubs
    4. 8 of Clubs
    5. 9 of Clubs
  3. Four of a kind

    Four cards with the same rank, plus the highest other card. If the four cards are on the table, it’s all about that fifth card.

    1. Ace of Hearts
    2. Ace of Clubs
    3. Ace of Diamonds
    4. Ace of Spades
    5. 2ce of Hearts
  4. Full house

    A three of a kind, alongside a pair. If two players have a full house, the winner is the one with the highest-ranked three.

    1. Ace of Spades
    2. Ace of Diamonds
    3. Ace of Clubs
    4. King of Hearts
    5. King of Spades
  5. Flush

    Any five cards of the same suit. If more than one player has a flush, the highest ranked card in the hand is used to decide the winner.

    1. 2 of Hearts
    2. 4 of Hearts
    3. 6 of Hearts
    4. 8 of Hearts
    5. King of Hearts
  6. Straight

    A run of five cards of consecutive rank, of any suit. It’s important to remember that aces can be high or low.

    1. 5 of Hearts
    2. 6 of Clubs
    3. 7 of Diamonds
    4. 8 of Spades
    5. 9 of Hearts
  7. Three of a kind

    Three identically ranked cards of any suit, plus the other two highest cards available.

    1. Ace of Clubs
    2. Ace of Hearts
    3. Ace of Spades
    4. 2 of Diamonds
    5. 7 of Clubs
  8. Two pair

    Two pairs of cards with the same rank. The rank of the two pair is decided by the highest pair.

    1. King of Diamonds
    2. King of Clubs
    3. Queen of Hearts
    4. Queen of Spades
    5. Jack of Diamonds
  9. Pair

    Two cards with the same rank, plus the other three highest cards available.

    1. Ace of Clubs
    2. Ace of Hearts
    3. 9 of Spades
    4. 8 of Diamonds
    5. 7 of Clubs
  10. High card

    The clue’s in the name — the highest card you have. Try bluffing a little less in future.

    1. Ace of Hearts
    2. 8 of Spades
    3. 6 of Diamonds
    4. 4 of Clubs
    5. 2ce of Hearts

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