sportsbook | online gamble | betting lines | best online casino

PUBLICLY TRADED SPORTSBOOK, RACEBOOK, CASINO AND POKER ROOM - POKER GAMES
Online Poker Games at BestE Casino Online Sportsbook

SPORTSBOOK LOGIN

Join  Online Casino
Forget login details?

10% Bonus on Sportsbook and Casino sign up
POKER ROOM
Online Poker Download Now!
Online Poker Room Integrity
Poker Games Game Types
Poker Games Features
Poker Games Hand Rankings
Poker Games Poker Terms
Online Poker Room House Terms
Poker House Rakes
PROMOTIONS
Poker Promotions Poker Promotions
Poker Promotions Deposit Bonus
Poker Promotions VIP Points
Poker Promotions Rewards Store
Poker Promotions Sit'nGo Leaders
TOURNAMENTS
Poker Tournaments Tournaments
Poker Tournaments Tourney Rules
Poker Tournaments Payout Structure
Poker Tournaments Cancellation Policy
Poker Tournaments Disconnect Policy
OTHER LINKS
Sports Betting Sports Betting
Online Casino Games Online Casino
Racebook Racebook
Poker Room Cashier Cashier
Poker Room Membership Sign Up
Horse Betting
 
  POKER RESOURCES   

Poker Hand Rankings:

Pictured below are the hands of poker, listed in order from highest to lowest.

Royal Flush

Five cards in a row, 10 through Ace, all in the same suit. A Royal Flush is actually the highest possible Straight Flush. This is the best hand you can get in a game without wild cards. Since suits have no bearing in poker, two players holding Royal Flushes would tie. A Royal Flush ranks above any other Straight Flush. The illustration shows a Royal Flush in Spades.

Straight Flush

Five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical order. (An Ace high Straight Flush, as 10d Jd Qd Kd Ad, is given the special name Royal Flush.) A Straight Flush ranks above Four of a Kind. The illustration shows a 9-high Straight Flush.

Four of a Kind

Four cards of the same rank. Four of a Kind ranks above a Full House and below a Straight Flush. The illustration shows four Aces with a Deuce kicker(fifth card).

Full House

Any three of one rank plus two of another. Often identified by the Three of a Kind. Three Kings and two 3s is a Full House, often known as Kings Full, and sometimes more specifically as Kings Full of 3s. Ties are broken first by the Three of a Kind, then the Pair. So, for example, 4-4-4-2-2 beats 3-3-3-A-A. In community-card games such as Hold'em and Omaha, more than one player can have a Full House containing the same three cards of one rank. So, for example, A-A-A-K-K beats A-A-A-Q-Q. A Full House ranks above a Flush and below Four of a Kind. The illustration shows Aces full of Kings.

Flush

Five cards of the same suit, not in sequence. A Flush is often specified by its top one or two cards. For example, Ah Kh 9h 4h 2h is called an Ace-King flush. (Five cards of the same suit in sequence constitutes a special hand known as a Straight Flush.) A Flush ranks above a Straight and below a Full House. The illustration shows a King-high Spade Flush.

Straight

Any five consecutive cards of mixed suits. The Ace can be high or low. A-K-Q-J-10, or an Ace-high Straight is the highest Straight, and 5-4-3-2-A, a 5-high Straight, is the lowest Straight. (Five cards of the same suit in sequence constitutes a special hand known as a Straight Flush.) A Straight ranks above Three of a Kind and below a Flush. The illustration shows a 9-high Straight.

Three of a Kind

Three cards of the same rank, plus two other unrelated cards. The hand is often called Trips or, in community-card games, a set. Three of a Kind ranks above Two Pair and below a Straight. The illustration shows three Kings.

Two Pair

Two of one rank, plus two of another rank, plus an unrelated card. For example, A-A-K-K-Q is Two Pair, known variously as Two Pair, Aces and Kings; Aces Up; Aces Over; Aces over Kings; Aces and Kings; Aces and. If both hands have the same high Pair, the hand containing the higher second Pair wins. For example, A-A-7-7-2 beats A-A-6-6-K. If both pairs tie, the high card wins. For example, A-A-7-7-J beats A-A-7-7-9. Two Pair ranks between One Pair and Three of a Kind. The illustration shows Kings and 5s.

Pair

A hand containing two cards of the same rank, plus three other unmatched cards. When two players have the same Pair, the highest side card or cards wins. For example, J-J-A-3-2 beats J-J-K-Q-9; 4-4-A-K-2 beats 4-4-A-Q-9; A-A-9-8-7 beats A-A-9-8-6. One Pair is the second-lowest category of hand, coming between No Pair and Two Pair. The illustration shows a pair of 9s.




Poker bonus

Click to Download Free Las vegas casino games
  Support Email : support@bestecasino.com