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Nothing beats a royal flush. This is the best hand in poker and it's very rare. This is straight flush from 10 to Ace.
This second best hand. Just like a straight, but the cards are all the same suit. Like in this example, all consecutives spades.
Four of a Kind
As the sames says, this is four of the same cards. The hand is completed with the highest card on the table or in your hand.
A combination of three of a kind with a pair, the full house hand that has the highest three of a kind cards win from other full houses.
Five cards that are all the same suit. These don't need to be in any order. If two players have a flush, the player with the highest card in the flush wins.
A series of five cards that follow each other, but that are not of the same suite. Aces can follow a king, or start a straight followed by a two.
Three of kind
Three cards of the same kind, for example three aces. The hand is completed with the two highest cards that are avaiable.
Two sets of two cards of the same kind. For example two kings and two queens, the last card to complete the hand is the highest card that is left avaiable.
Two cards of the same kind for example two aces. The hand is filled up with the three highest cards that are left avaiable.
You have none of the above and only a single card, like the ace in this example. Maybe it's time to fold?.
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The game is "Turn Card Poker.”
You will decide with one card left to come and it is the only decision you will make.
You will not have an option to do anything else after this one decision.
Your only three options are to 1) call, 2) fold, or 3) or raise double the amount.
Next, the fifth card known as the River Card will be presented and the winner of the hand
will be determined at this point based solely on the cards.
The pot size at the time of the Turn card (4th community card) is predetermined and each player
will have put in half the pot.
In other words, if the pot size is 2000 then you will have already put in 1000 as well as your
opponent. You must complete the entirety of the experiment to be eligible for the prize.