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This combination is sometimes known as " quads ", and in some parts of Europe it is called a " poker ", though this term for it is unknown in English.

Between two fours of a kind, the one with the higher set of four cards is higher - so A is beaten by If two or more players have four of a kind of the same rank, the rank of the kicker decides.

If one player holds and another holds they split the pot, since the 9 kicker makes the best hand for both of them. If one player holds A- 2 and another holds A- K they also split the pot because both have an ace kicker.

This combination, sometimes known as a boat , consists of three cards of one rank and two cards of another rank - for example three sevens and two tens colloquially known as "sevens full of tens" or "sevens on tens".

When comparing full houses, the rank of the three cards determines which is higher. For example beats A-A.

If the threes of a kind are equal, the rank of the pairs decides. Five cards of the same suit. When comparing two flushes, the highest card determines which is higher.

If the highest cards are equal then the second highest card is compared; if those are equal too, then the third highest card, and so on.

For example K- J- 9- 3- 2 beats K- J- 7- 6- 5 because the nine beats the seven. If all five cards are equal, the flushes are equal. Five cards of mixed suits in sequence - for example Q- J- 9- 8.

When comparing two sequences, the one with the higher ranking top card is better. Three cards of the same rank plus two unequal cards. This combination is also known as Triplets or Trips.

When comparing two threes of a kind the rank of the three equal cards determines which is higher. If the sets of three are of equal rank, then the higher of the two remaining cards in each hand are compared, and if those are equal, the lower odd card is compared.

So for example beats K-5 , which beats Q-9 , which beats Q A pair consists of two cards of equal rank. In a hand with two pairs, the two pairs are of different ranks otherwise you would have four of a kind , and there is an odd card to make the hand up to five cards.

When comparing hands with two pairs, the hand with the highest pair wins, irrespective of the rank of the other cards - so J-J beats because the jacks beat the tens.

If the higher pairs are equal, the lower pairs are compared, so that for example beats K. Finally, if both pairs are the same, the odd cards are compared, so Q-Q beats Q-Q A hand with two cards of equal rank and three cards which are different from these and from each other.

When comparing two such hands, the hand with the higher pair is better - so for example beats A-K-Q. If the pairs are equal, compare the highest ranking odd cards from each hand; if these are equal compare the second highest odd card, and if these are equal too compare the lowest odd cards.

Five cards which do not form any of the combinations listed above. This combination is often called High Card and sometimes No Pair. The cards must all be of different ranks, not consecutive, and contain at least two different suits.

When comparing two such hands, the one with the better highest card wins. If the highest cards are equal the second cards are compared; if they are equal too the third cards are compared, and so on.

So A-J beats A because the jack beats the ten. There are several poker variations in which the lowest hand wins: There are also "high-low" variants in which the pot is split between the highest and the lowest hand.

A low hand with no combination is normally described by naming its highest card - for example would be described as "8-down" or "8-low".

It first sight it might be assumed that in low poker the hands rank in the reverse order to their ranking in normal high poker, but this is not quite the case.

There are several different ways to rank low hands, depending on how aces are treated and whether straights and flushes are counted.

This seems to be the most popular system. Straights and flushes do not count, and Aces are always low. The best hand is therefore A , even if the cards are all in one suit.

Note that when comparing hands, the highest card is compared first, just as in standard poker. So for example is better than A because the 6 is lower than the 7.

The best hand containing a pair is A-A This version is sometimes called "California Lowball". When this form of low poker is played as part of a high-low split variant, there is sometimes a condition that a hand must be " eight or better " to qualify to win the low part of the pot.

In this case a hand must consist of five unequal cards, all 8 or lower, to qualify for low. The worst such hand is The hands rank in almost the same order as in standard poker, with straights and flushes counting and the lowest hand wins.

The difference from normal poker is that Aces are always high , so that A is not a straight, but ranks between K-Q-J and A The best hand in this form is in mixed suits, hence the name "deuce to seven".

The next best is , then , , , , , , , , etc. The highest card is always compared first, so for example is better than even though the latter contains a 2, because the 6 is lower than the 7.

The best hand containing a pair is , but this would be beaten by A-K-Q-J-9 - the worst "high card" hand. This version is sometimes called "Kansas City Lowball".

Many home poker players play that straights and flushes count, but that aces can be counted as low. In this version A is a bad hand because it is a straight, so the best low hand is A.

There are a couple of issues around the treatment of aces in this variant. It is likely that some players would disagree with both the above rulings, preferring to count A-K-Q-J as a straight and in some cases considering A-A to be the highest pair rather than the lowest.

It would be wise to check that you agree on these details before playing ace-to-six low poker with unfamiliar opponents.

Note that in games where more than five cards are available, the player is free to select whichever cards make the lowest hand. A wild card card that can be used to substitute for a card that the holder needs to make up a hand.

In some variants one or more jokers are added to the pack to act as wild cards. In others, one or more cards of the card pack may be designated as wild - for example all the twos "deuces wild" or the jacks of hearts and spades "one-eyed jacks wild", since these are the only two jacks shown in profile in Anglo-American decks.

This approach is not entirely consistent, since five of a kind - five cards of equal rank - must necessarily include one duplicate card, since there are only four suits.

The only practical effect of the rule against duplicates is to prevent the formation of a "double ace flush". So for example in the hand A- 9- 8- 5-joker , the joker counts as a K , not a second ace, and this hand is therefore beaten by A- K- 4- 3 , the 10 beating the 9.

When playing with wild cards, five of a kind becomes the highest type of hand, beating a royal flush. Between fives of a kind, the higher beats the lower, five aces being highest of all.

Some games, especially five card draw , are often played with a bug. This is a joker added to the pack which acts as a limited wild card.

It can either be used as an ace, or to complete a straight or a flush. Thus the highest hand is five aces A- A- A- A-joker , but other fives of a kind are impossible - for example joker would count as four sixes with an ace kicker and a straight flush would beat this hand.

Also a hand like joker counts as two pairs with the joker representing an ace, not as a full house. It is then sometimes known as a "fitter".

For example joker would count as a pair of sixes in normal poker with the joker wild, but in ace-to-five low poker the joker could be used as an ace, and in deuce-to-seven low poker it could be used as a seven to complete a low hand.

In low games, like razz , the lowest-ranking hands win. In high-low split games, both the highest-ranking and lowest-ranking hands win, though different rules are used to rank the high and low hands.

Each hand belongs to a category determined by the patterns formed by its cards. A hand in a higher-ranking category always ranks higher than a hand in a lower-ranking category.

A hand is ranked within its category using the ranks of its cards. There are nine categories of hand when using a standard card deck , except under ace-to-five low rules where straights, flushes and straight flushes are not recognized.

An additional category, five of a kind, exists when using one or more wild cards. The fewer hands a category contains, the higher its rank. It ranks above a straight flush but is only possible when using one or more wild cards, as there are only four cards of each rank in the deck.

Each five of a kind is ranked by the rank of its quintuplet. Each straight flush is ranked by the rank of its highest-ranking card.

It ranks below a straight flush and above a full house. Each four of a kind is ranked first by the rank of its quadruplet, and then by the rank of its kicker.

Each full house is ranked first by the rank of its triplet, and then by the rank of its pair. Each flush is ranked first by the rank of its highest-ranking card, then by the rank of its second highest-ranking card, then by the rank of its third highest-ranking card, then by the rank of its fourth highest-ranking card, and finally by the rank of its lowest-ranking card.

It ranks below a flush and above three of a kind. Each straight is ranked by the rank of its highest-ranking card. It ranks below a straight and above two pair.

Each three of a kind is ranked first by the rank of its triplet, then by the rank of its highest-ranking kicker, and finally by the rank of its lowest-ranking kicker.

Each two pair is ranked first by the rank of its highest-ranking pair, then by the rank of its lowest-ranking pair, and finally by the rank of its kicker.

It ranks below two pair and above high card. Each one pair is ranked first by the rank of its pair, then by the rank of its highest-ranking kicker, then by the rank of its second highest-ranking kicker, and finally by the rank of its lowest-ranking kicker.

Each high card hand is ranked first by the rank of its highest-ranking card, then by the rank of its second highest-ranking card, then by the rank of its third highest-ranking card, then by the rank of its fourth highest-ranking card, and finally by the rank of its lowest-ranking card.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Straight flush disambiguation. Poker for Dummies, Mini Edition.

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