Hand values are important in poker. In virtually all forms of poker, hand values are the same. Some games have their own funky rules; deuces wild and jokers in the game, but the most straight games you see are what you get.
So what did you beat the poker? Once you have mastered your hand rankings, you will learn what is wrong with poker.
The top five cards – with 10 aces – are the same suit. Essentially an ace high, straight flush. Dress is not important.
Five filled cards in consecutive number order. Aces may be high or low as aces, 2, 3, 4, 5. Four types
Four cards of the same rank, for example, four aces. If two players have four types, the cards will be ranked with the highest level of ace.
Three cards of the same rank plus all pairs in another rank. The bonds are first broken by the three, then the party. So there are three aces and two three dozen and two kings.
Five consecutive successive cards of the same color.
Five consecutive cards are mixed garments. An ace high straight says that 10, J, Q, K, Ace has a king beat high 9.10, J, Q, K equals. The ace can be high or low.
Three cards of the same rank. Three kings defeated the three queens.
Two cards of the same rank, name. For example, there would be two 10 and two kings. If both hands are equal to the high pair, the second pair wins. If both pairs are tied, the high card wins.
Two cards of the same rank. In the tie the high card wins.
If no other hand is available, the highest card wins. The cards are ranked as follows: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K, ACE.