A ‘Royal Flush’ always comprises of Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten of the same suit. The ‘Royal Flush’ is the strongest hand in Poker.
A ‘Straight Flush’ is a set of 5 same suited cards in numeric sequence. On table, if a ‘Straight Flush’ has a higher card than the others, the former wins.
It is a set of 4 cards of the same face value and one different card. On table, the player with the highest ‘Four of a Kind’ wins.
3 cards of the same face value and 2 cards of another make a ‘Full House’, also called a ‘Boat’. The player who holds the higher valued 3 cards wins.
A ‘Flush’ is 5 cards of any face value but the same suit. If more than one player holds a ‘Flush’, the one with higher face value on highest card wins.
5 cards of any suit set in a numerical sequence. In a ‘Straight’, an Ace can be used as both the highest and the lowest face value. This is also called ‘Ladder’.
3 cards of the same face value and 2 cards with different face values make a ‘Three of a Kind’, also called ‘Trips’. In case of a clash, the player with higher face value on the 3 cards, wins.
Two cards of same face value, two cards of another face value and one different card put together make a ‘Two Pair’. On table, the player with higher face value of pair wins.
‘One Pair’ is formed by 2 cards with same face value and three random face values. If two players hold a ‘One Pair’, the highest pair wins.
A combination of cards with different face values and suits, it is the lowest ranked hand. If more than 2 players hold a ‘High Card’, the highest face value wins.