Texas Hold’em Poker Hands

Welcome to our Hands Ranking section. Here you will find a list of all possible Hands that can be dealt to a poker player in Texas Holdem. It is an important information, so if you area novice do not ignore it. It is even recommendable to memorize the Hands or to learn them as soon as possible.

Five of a kind – This is the highest hand that can be dealt. It can be done only if you play Texas Hold’em with joker or other wild cards.

Straight flush – This is a combination of five cards in sequence and it is also required to be in the same suit. A royal straight flush is the highest non-joker poker hand possible.

Four of a kind – This is a poker hand that consists of four cards of the same rank.

Full house – If you have three of a kind and a pair you have Full House. If it happens two or more players to have full houses, the one with the higher three of a kind wins.

Flush – It is a combination of five cards of the same suit.

Straight – You have Straight if you have five cards in sequence but not all of the same suit.

Three of a kind – That means you have three cards of the same rank with two unmatched cards.

Two pairs – Two cards of one rank with two cards of another rank plus one unmatched card. If two players have the same matching pairs, the one with the higher fifth card wins.

One pair – You have a pair if you have two cards of the same rank.

High card – This is a poker game that does not match to any of the described above.