Poker Hands

Flush, straight, three-of-a-kind? What beats what? Below you’ll find a list of the best poker hand resources from around the web. Each of the site’s we’ve handpicked below will help you master rankings, hand strength and poker combinations.

Shortlist: Poker Hand Rankings

The most common ranking of poker hands from highest to lowest, with examples, is as follows:

  • Royal flush: An ace high straight flush (A♠ K♠ Q♠ J♠ 10♠)
  • Straight flush: Five cards in sequence of the same suit (Q♥ J♥ 10♥ 9♥ 8♥)
  • Four of a kind: Four cards of the same rank (7♣ 7♦ 7♥ 7♠ 8♥)
  • Full house: Three cards of one rank and two of another (8♣ 8♥ 8♠ K♥ K♠)
  • Flush: Five cards of the same suit (A♠ J♠ 7♠ 3♠ 2♠)
  • Straight: Five cards in sequence, not all of the same suit (A♣ 2♣ 3♠ 4♥ 5♣)
  • Three of a kind: Three cards of the same rank (7♣ 7♥ 7♠ K♥ 2♠)
  • Two pair: Two cards of one rank, two of another (A♣ A♥ 8♥ 8♠ Q♠)
  • One pair: Two cards of the same rank (9♥ 9♠ A♣ J♠ 4♥)
  • High card: The following is considered “ace high.” (A♣ 10♥ 9♠ 5♣ 4♣)
    When wild cards are used, an additional hand, five of a kind exists, in this example five 7s (7♣ 7♦ 7♥ 7♠ Wild)

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