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Winning Poker Hands

Royal Straight Flush
Ten, Jack, Queen, King, Ace of the same suit.

Royal Straight Flush


Straight Flush

Straight with all five cards in the same suit.

Straight Flush


Four of a Kind

Consists of four cards of any one rank together with any fifth card; for example:

Four of a Kind
constitutes four sevens


Full House

Consists of any three of one kind and any pair of another kind, such as:

Full House
It is referred to by the three-of-a-kind it contains; the example shown would be "sixes full."


Flush

Consists of any five cards of the same suit, but not in sequence.

Flush
This example is referred to as a "jack high flush."


Straight

Consists of any five cards of two or more suits in sequence of rank, with the ace ranking either high in sequence

Straight

or low in the sequence. You do not need to have an ace to have a straight, of course. Any five cards in a row will do.

Straight


Three of a Kind

Any three cards of the same rank plus two other cards which do not constitute a pair and do not include the fourth card of the same rank.

Three of a Kind
The above example is referred to as "three nines," or "trip nines."


Two Pairs

Consists of two cards of one rank, two cards of another rank, and any fifth card which is neither of those ranks; it is referred to by the higher of the two pairs. Thus,

Two Pairs
would be "Queens up."


One Pair

Any two cards of the same rank, together with three other cards which do not combine with the other two to form any of the higher-ranking hands above.

One Pair
This example is a pair of kings.


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