Royal Flush: If you get this hand, then country your lucky stars because it is very rare to receive this hand. It is the best possible hand you can receive in Poker and it is very hard to do so. A Royal Flush consists of the highest five cards all in numerical order with identical suits. This will be ten, jack, queen, king, ace all of the same suit such. It does not matter which suit you have, you can have any suit (hearts, diamonds, spades & clubs) and it will be considered a royal flush. A royal flush is an unbeatable hand when you have this hand be sure to bet correctly and keep players in the game.
Straight Flush: This hand is very similar to the royal flush but it does not require the highest five cards. A straight flush consists of any five cards all in numerical order of the same suit. For example, 5,6,7,8,9 diamonds. This will be considered to be a straight flush which is the second-highest poker hand in the game, also very difficult to achieve.
Four of a Kind: Commonly known as an Online Poker Hand this consists of 4 cards of the same rank. For example, getting four 7s. It does not matter what the fifth card is as the maximum amount of cards that can come out of the same rank is 4, so you will have all the cards of that rank. In this case, there cannot be the fifth card as there are only 4 suits of each number.
Full House: This consists of three cards of the same rank & 2 cards of another different rank. For example three Aces & two 8s. In the event of a tie highest three matching cards will win the pot. The matching three cards have more value than the pair.
Flush: This consists of five cards of the same suit. For example five cards all with hearts. In the event of a tie, the highest five cards will win the pot. If the highest 5 cards are the same then the plot is split accordingly.
Straight: This consists of five cards in numerical order. For example 2,3,4,5,6. There can be instances where there is more than one possible straight on the table. In this case highest straight wins.
Three of a kind: Three cards of the same rank & two unrelated side cards. The highest three of a kind wins. If in this case, two players have the same three of a kind then the highest kicker (side card) would win the pot.
Two Pair: Having two cards of the same rank & another two cards of matching rank. For example two 8s and two 9s. The highest two pair wins. If in the rare case there is a tie, then the highest kicker card wins. If the kicker card is of the same rank then the pot will be split.
One Pair: With two cards of the same rank, the highest card wins. For example, the best pair you can have is two Aces. The worst pair you can have is two 2s. If you have the same pair then the following 3 highest cards win.
High Card: This consists of none of the above hands on the table & in that case the player with the highest card wins. If the highest card is the same then the highest five cards would win.