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Here are the various hands in Poker to help you play right

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It doesn’t matter if you are playing in The Bellagio in Las Vegas, the Venetian in Macau, or even placing bets in the Deltin Royale floating on the waters in Panjim, Goa, the best Poker players know how to bring their A-game to the table every single time and create their own fortune with the help of vital skills and knowledge of the game. For those of you who are not so familiar with Poker, there are multiple game variations, and each one has a different set of rules. If a player makes the best combination of cards or the best hand in a game, then he/she wins that round and all the money put in that game goes to the winner. So, the most critical thing in this real money game is to create the best set of hands possible. On that note, here are the hands in Poker ranked in the order of their strength.

Royal Flush – When a player has A, K, Q, J, and 10 together and that too of the same suit, then the hand is called a Royal flush and is considered one of the best hands in Poker.

Straight Flush – When a player has five cards from the same suit in a sequence, that particular hand is called a straight flush.

Four of a kind – Four of a kind is when a player has four cards of the same rank.

Full House – In a full house, a player has three cards of one rank and two cards of another.

Flush – If a player has all five cards from the same suit, the hand is called a Flush.

Straight – When a player has all five cards in a sequence, but they are all of the different suits, then the cards in hand is called a Straight.

Three of a Kind – If three out of the five cards that a player has are of the same rank, the hand is is called the Three of a kind.

Two Pairs – When there are two sets of cards in a hand that belong to the same rank, the hand is referred to as Two Pairs.

A Pair – A poker hand is called a pair when the player has only one pair of cards that belong to the same rank.

High Card – When a player cannot make any of the hands that are mentioned above, then his or her highest card is what comes into play. For example, in a batch of 2, 3, 4, J, and 10, J is the highest card.

The top 5 hands are considered the best hands in Poker and can help you raise the bets without any hesitation, but you should never underestimate the other hands as they too have the power to win you a game where you have no hope to win.

Written By
Yash Srivastava


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