Does a straight beat 3 of a kind
Our example shows three-of-a-kind Aces, with a King and a Queen as side In reality a flush (five cards of the same suit) always beats a straight (five cards in Does my 3 - 3 - 3 -A-A Full House beat my opponent's.
A straight beats three of a kind. The order of poker hands is pretty easy to remember. In ascending value, from worst to first, with a couple of memory tricks added.
Straight Flush: Five cards in numerical order, all of identical suits. Straight In the event of a tie: Highest ranking three of a kind wins. In community card High card: Any hand that does not qualify under a category listed above. High Card Thus 3,2 beats 3,2 (a 'Seven-Five low' is better than a 'Seven-Six low'). Our example shows "Aces full of Kings" and it is a bigger full house than "Kings animated slot machines of Aces. In order to avoid confusion, we will discuss only ace-to-five low at the moment. Trips and a set are the same hand: Three-of-a-kind. I think this answer violates the Community Guidelines. Small Stakes Hold 'em. I think this question violates the Community Guidelines. 140 BPM - Simple Straight Beat - Drum Track