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POKER HANDS

In poker, there is nothing more important than the cards on the table. Use this guide to understand what they are and what they mean. 

Deck of 52 cards described. A deck consists of 52 cards broken down into four suits: Spades, Diamonds, Clubs and Hearts.
The 13 card rankings displayed in order of strength from strongest to weakest. Ace through two, ace being the strongest.
A royal flush in poker. Ten of diamonds, Jack of diamonds, Queen of diamonds, King of diamonds, Ace of diamonds. All of the same suit.
A straight flush: five consecutive cards of the same suit. Four of diamonds, five of diamonds, six of diamonds, seven of diamonds, eight of diamonds.
Four of a kind, four cards of the same rank. Four sixes with different suits. Two of clubs. On a black gradient background.
Full house, three cards of the same rank and two cards of another. Three different suited four's and Two different suited tens.
A flush: Five cards of the same suit. Five of diamonds, Seven of diamonds, Queen of diamonds, Ten of Diamonds, Eight of Diamonds.
A straight: Five consecutive cards. Six of diamonds, seven of clubs, eight of clubs, nine of diamonds, ten of diamonds.
Three of a kind: three cards of the same rank. Ten of diamonds, Ten of hearts, Ten of clubs, Five of diamonds, eight of clubs.
Two pair: Two cards of the same rank & two cards of another rank. Jack of hearts, Jack of diamonds, 4 of spades, 4 of diamonds, 2 of diamonds.
Pair: Two cards of the same rank. Nine of hearts, nine of spades, four of hearts, seven of diamonds, ace of diamonds.
High card: any 5 cards that don't fit into the above category. Ace of diamonds, eight of clubs, queen of Diamonds, Nine of spades, Five of spades.

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