Poker Hand Ranking

Current hand ranking displays poker hands in descending order, Royal Flush being the strongest hand. Please note that every game uses the same Hand ranking.

Royal Flush
Royal Flush consists of 10-J-Q-K-A of the same suit.
It's the best possible hand. Two Royal Flushes are equal.
royal flush
Straight Flush
Your hand is five sequential cards, all of the same suit.
If two players have a straight flush, the highest straight wins.
straight flush
Four of a Kind
You have four cards of the same rank.
If two players have the same four of a kind, the highest fifth card will win.
four kind
Full House
Your hand is three of a kind and a pair.
If two players both have a full house, the winner is the player with a higher three of a kind.
full house
Flush
Your hand is five cards of the same suit.
The highest flush card will determine the winner if two players have a flush in the same hand.
flush
Straight
Your hand is five cards in a consecutive sequence.
Two or more players can have a straight in the same hand - the highest card in the sequence determines the winner.
straight
Three of a Kind
Your hand has three cards of the same rank with two other unpaired cards.
If two players have three of a kind, the highest one wins. In case they are equal the winner is determined by the strength of the two unpaired cards.
tree kind
Two Pairs
Your hand has two pairs and unpaired card.
If two players have two pairs in the same hand, the highest individual pair will decide the winner.
The last card might be used when determining the winner.
two pairs
One Pair
Your hand has two cards of the same rank and three kickers.
The highest pair wins when two or more players have a pair in the same hand.
one pair
High card
You have no pairs, straight etc. meaning that you have no combinations whatsoever.
Highest card counts when determining the winner.
high card