Rank of hands for texas hold'em speech

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Rank of Hands In poker, players compare five card hands against each other to determine who wins. A player with a flush has a better hand than a player with a straight, for example. The following list is from best to worst, so any hand on the list beats any hand below it and loses to any hand above it. Royal Flush - An Ace-High straight of one suit. Straight Flush - A straight of entirely one suit. Four-of-a-Kind (Quads) - Four cards of the same rank. Full House (Full Boat, Boat) - Three-of-a-kind and a pair. The example below would be called "Queens over Aces" or "Queens full of Aces". Flush - Five cards of the same suit.
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Unformatted text preview: Straight (Run) - Five cards of sequential rank. Note that in hold 'em, Aces can be high or low. An example of a straight where the Ace is low: Three-of-a-Kind (Trips, Set) - Three cards of the same rank. Two Pair - Two cards of the same rank and another two cards of the same rank. The example below would be called "Jacks and Twos". One Pair - Two cards of the same rank. High Card - When you don't have any of the above, your highest card determines your hand. The example below would be "King High" or "High card King". http://www.texasholdem-poker.com/handrank.php...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Huy during the Fall '08 term at Rhode Island.

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