Poker Hand Rankings | Poker Sequences

Are you interested to learn how to play poker or poker hand
ranking, If yes you havereached the right place.
Poker is considered as the king of card games. It consists set of five playing cards and each card
has different poker rankings. Poker hands divide into categories, such as flush, straight, or
two pairs and the player with the highest-ranked hand is considered as the winner.

1. Royal Flush
Royal Flush is the best hand possible and unbeatable poker hands. Royal Flush made up of A, K, Q, J and 10 of the same suit. For example, A-K-Q-J-10 all of the clubs.

2. Straight flush
Straight is made up of five - card straight that is all the same suit. For example, 8-7-6-5-4 all of the spades. Straight Flush poker sequence is the foremost set and wins in a situation of a game draw.

3. Four of a kind
Four of a kind is also known as 'quads'. This poker hand ranking consists of four cards similar rank. For example, four queens.

4. Full House
A full house contains three cards of the same value and two cards of the same rank(in other words, three of a kind and a pair). For example, J-J-J-5-5.

5. Flush
Flush, This poker hands consists of any five cards of the similar suit, not in a poker sequence. For example, K-Q-7-5-3 all of the diamonds. In the case of two flushes, the player who has the highest ranking card is considered a winner.

6. Straight
A straight is made from any five cards that are not all the same suit. For example, 8-7-6-5-4 with different suits. When comparing two straights the player who has the highest ranking card is declared as the winner. J-10-9-8-7 is also known as the wheel, and it is the lowest possible straight.

7. Three of a Kind
This poker hand is also known as 'Trips'. Three of kind consists of three cards of the same value and 2 side cards different values. For example, three aces. The player with the highest ranking cards wins in a situation of a draw. Three aces are the best possible three of a kind to make, followed by three kings, three queens, and so forth.

8. Two Pair
Making of Two pairs requires having two cards of the same rank and two cards of another same rank and a kicker. For example, two 9s and two 7s. The best possible two-pair hand is aces and kings.

9. Pair
One pair involves having two cards of the similar rank and three side cards. For example, two Jacks. This poker hand ranking considered as the lowest ranking "made" hand.

10. High Card
The high card consists of 5 unpaired cards, that should not be a straight or a flush. This hand does not fit in any of the poker sequences. The highest card wins in the situation of a draw. This poker hands do not interact with each other to make any of the above hands.


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