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List Of Poker Hand



In poker, players construct hands of five cards according to predetermined rules, which vary according to the precise variant of poker being played. These hands are compared using a standard ranking system, and the player with the highest-ranking hand wins that particular deal.

For ease of recognition, poker hands are usually presented with the most important cards on the top, with cards descending in importance towards the bottom.

Royal Flush
This is the highest poker hand. It consists of ace, king, queen, jack, ten, all in the same suit. As all suits are equal, all royal flushes are equal.
Royal Flush
Royal Flush
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Straight Flush
A straight flush is a poker hand such as Qclubs Jclubs 10clubs 9clubs 8clubs, which contains five cards in sequence, all of the same suit. As such it is both a straight and a flush. Two such hands are compared by their highest card; since suits have no relative value, two otherwise identical straight flushes tie (so 10clubs 9clubs 8clubs 7clubs 6clubs ties with 10heart 9heart 8heart 7heart 6heart). Aces can play low in straights and straight flushes: 5diamond 4diamond 3diamond 2diamond Adiamond is a 5–high straight flush, also known as a "steel wheel".
Straight Flush
Nine-High Straight Flush.
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Four Of A Kind
Four of a kind, also known as quads, is a poker hand such as 9clubs 9spade 9diamond 9heart Jheart, which contains four cards of one rank, and an unmatched card of another rank. It ranks above a full house and below a straight flush. Higher ranking quads defeat lower ranking ones. In community-card games (such as Texas Hold 'em or games with wildcards) it is possible for two or more players to obtain the same quad; in this instance, the unmatched card acts as a kicker, so 7clubs 7spade 7diamond 7heart Jheart defeats 7clubs 7spade 7diamond 7heart 10clubs.
Four Of A Kind
Four Of As
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Full House
A full house, also known as a full boat, is a hand such as 3clubs 3spade 3diamond 6clubs 6heart, which contains three matching cards of one rank, and two matching cards of another rank. It ranks below a four of a kind and above a flush. Between two full houses, the one with the higher ranking set of three wins, so 7spade 7heart 7diamond 4spade 4clubs defeats 4spade 4heart 4diamond 7spade 7clubs. If two hands have the same set of three, the hand with the higher pair wins, so 5clubs 5diamond 5spade Jspade Jdiamond loses to 5heart 5diamond 5spade Qheart Qclubs. Full houses are described as "Three full of Pair" or occasionally "Three over Pair"; Qclubs Qdiamond Qspade 9heart 9clubs could be described as "Queens over nines", "Queens full of nines", or simply "Queens full". However, "Queens over nines" is more commonly used to describe the hand containing two pairs, one pair of queens and one pair of nines, as in Qspade Qheart 9clubs 9spade Jdiamond.
Full House
Queens Full Of Ten
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Flush
A flush is a poker hand such as Qclubs 10clubs 7clubs 6clubs 4clubs, which contains five cards of the same suit, not in rank sequence. It ranks above a straight and below a full house. Two flushes are compared as if they were high card hands; the highest ranking card of each is compared to determine the winner. If both hands have the same highest card, then the second-highest ranking card is compared, and so on until a difference is found. If the two flushes contain the same five ranks of cards, they are tied – suits are not used to differentiate them. Flushes are described by their highest card, as in "queen-high flush" to describe Qdiamond 9diamond 7diamond 4diamond 3diamond. If the rank of the second card is important, it can also be included: Kspade 10spade 5spade 3spade 2spade is a "king-ten-high flush" or just a "king-ten flush", while Kheart Qheart 9heart 5heart 4heart is a "king-queen-high flush".
Flush
As-Jack Flush
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Straight
A straight is a poker hand such as Qclubs Jspade 10spade 9heart 8heart, which contains five cards of sequential rank but in more than one suit. It ranks above three of a kind and below a flush. Two straights are ranked by comparing the highest card of each. Two straights with the same high card are of equal value, suits are not used to separate them. Straights are described by their highest card, as in "ten-high straight" or "straight to the ten" for 10clubs 9diamond 8heart 7clubs 6spade.
Straight
Straight To The Ten
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Three Of A Kind
Three of a kind, also called trips, set or a prile, is a poker hand such as 2diamond 2spade 2clubs Kspade 6heart, which contains three cards of the same rank, plus two unmatched cards. It ranks above two pair and below a straight. In Texas hold 'em and other flop games, a "set" refers specifically to a three of a kind composed of a pocket pair and one card of matching rank on the board. Higher-valued three of a kind defeat lower-valued three of a kind, so Qspade Qheart Qdiamond 7spade 4clubs defeats Jspade Jclubs Jdiamond Adiamond Kclubs. If two hands contain threes of a kind of the same value, possible in games with wild cards or community cards, the kickers are compared to break the tie, so 4diamond 4clubs 4spade 8diamond 6clubs defeats 4diamond 4clubs 4spade 6clubs 5diamond.
Three Of A Kind
Three Of A Queen
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Two Pair
A poker hand such as Jheart Jclubs 4clubs 4spade 9heart, which contains two cards of the same rank, plus two cards of another rank (that match each other but not the first pair), plus one unmatched card, is called two pair. It ranks above one pair and below three of a kind. To rank two hands both containing two pair, the higher ranking pair of each is first compared, and the higher pair wins (so 10spade 10clubs 8heart 8clubs 4spade defeats 8heart 8clubs 4spade 4clubs 10spade). If both hands have the same "top pair", then the second pair of each is compared, such that 10spade 10clubs 8heart 8clubs 4spade defeats 10spade 10clubs 4spade 4heart 8heart). Finally, if both hands have the same two pairs, the kicker determines the winner: 10spade 10clubs 8heart 8clubs 4spade loses to 10spade 10clubs 8heart 8clubs Adiamond. Two pair are described by the higher pair first, followed by the lower pair if necessary; Kclubs Kdiamond 9spade 9heart 5heart could be described as "Kings over nines", "Kings and nines" or simply "Kings up" if the nines are not important.
Two Pair
Two Pair : As - Five
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One pair
One pair is a poker hand such as 4heart 4spade Kspade 10diamond 5spade, which contains two cards of the same rank, plus three other unmatched cards. It ranks above any high card hand, but below all other poker hands. Higher ranking pairs defeat lower ranking pairs; if two hands have the same pair, the non-paired cards (the kickers) are compared in descending order to determine the winner.
Pair
Pair Of Six
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High card
A high-card or no-pair hand is a poker hand such as Kheart Jclubs 8clubs 7diamond 3spade, in which no two cards have the same rank, the five cards are not in sequence, and the five cards are not all the same suit. It is also referred to as "no pair", as well as "nothing", "garbage," and various other derogatory terms. High card ranks below all other poker hands; two such hands are ranked by comparing the highest ranking card. If those are equal, then the next highest ranking card from each hand is compared, and so on until a difference is found. High card hands are described by the one or two highest cards in the hand, such as "king high", "ace-queen high", or by as many cards as are necessary to break a tie.
High Card
As High


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