So, what's your hand? Let's assume that You are holding two cards, and there are five cards on the table.
You can use 2 your cards and any 3 cards on the table to make a combination. Or you can use 1 of your cards and 4 cards on the table. Or all 5 cards on the table. Depending which combination is better.
So, here are possible combinations:
|Royal Flush||Straight from T to A of the same suit. The best possible hand.|
|Straight-Flush||Straight of the same suit.|
|Four of a Kind||Any four cards of the same rank.|
|Full House||Any three cards of the same rank together with any two cards of the same rank.|
Any five cards of the same suit. If several players have flush, then player having bigger flush wins. For example,
K♠T♠would win over
|Straight||Any five consecutive cards of different suits. In this example we have A-2-3-4-5 straight.|
|Set||Pair in Your Hand together with the same card on the board. In this example we have set of Aces.|
|Trips||Two card of the same rank on the board, plus one card of the same rank in your hand. In this example we have Trips of Kings.|
|Two Pair||Any two cards of the same rank together with another two cards of the same rank on the board.|
|One Pair||One card in your hand, and card of the same rank on the table. In this example we have pair of aces.|
|High Card||Any hand not in the above-mentioned hands. In this example we have Ace-High.|