Winning Poker Hands Order
Texas Holdem Poker Hand Rankings
Winning Poker Hands Rankings
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Poker Hands Rankings

Winning Poker Hand Rankings

Understanding the winning poker hands rankings is crucial for players that want to learn how to play poker and also to learn playing winning poker. You will be able to determine your poker hands strenght using the winning poker hands order. The player with hand in highest poker hands category wins. Besides the winning poker hands ranking it is important to get familiar with basic poker hand rankings rules below:

  • Poker hand consists of the best 5 card combination. As easy as it sounds many poker players do not get this simple winning poker hands rule right and then are wondering why their 3 pair hand lost to 2 pairs. Winning Poker Hand Rankings Example


Texas Hold'em Poker. Best 5 card combination: Two Pair Jacks over Sevens with Kicker Eight. Pot is split.

  • When we are referring to best 5 card combination keep in mind that poker cards are ranked from 2 to A. Poker suits (hearts (high), diamonds, clubs, spades) have no value and are used for determining flush

Poker Combinations
5 Card Draw. Best 5 card combination. Player 1: Flush of Hearts. Player 2: Flush of Spades Same Card Rank. Pot is split.

  • In case players have poker hands from the same poker hand ranking category the higher ranked combination beats the lower ranked one. If two poker hands that belong to same category have also the same rank then the uncombined card (kicker) breaks the tie. If poker hands belong to the same category and all 5 cards are equally ranked then the pot will be split equally (picture above).

Poker Combinations
Texas Hold'em Poker. Best 5 card combination. Player 1: Two Pair Aces over Tens Kicker King. Player 2: Aces over Tens Kicker Jack. Player 1 Wins.

Below you can find the poker hand rankings categories along with odds of hitting each category. Winning poker hands order is listed from highest to lowest – each category beats categories below. 

Royal Flush
Highest (Ace high) Straight Flush, Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10, all of the same suit Poker odds:
1 in 649,740
Royal Flush
Straight Flush
Five consecutive cards, all of the same suit Poker odds:
1 in 72,193
Straight Flush
Four of a Kind
Four cards of the same rank (the fifth card is kicker) Poker odds:
1 in 4,164
Four of a Kind
Full House
Three of a Kind and a Pair Poker odds:
1 in 694
Full House
Flush
Five cards of the same suit that are not consecutive Poker odds:
1 in 509
Flush
Straight
Five consecutive cards of more than one suit (ace can be high or low) Poker odds:
1 in 255
Straight
Three of a Kind
Three cards of the same rank (two unpaired cards are kickers) Poker odds:
1 in 47
Three of a Kind
Two Pairs
Two cards of same rank and two cards of another same rank (fifth card is kicker) Poker odds:
1 in 21
Two Pairs
One pair
Two cards of the same rank (three cards with different rank are kickers) Poker odds:
1 in 2.4
One Pair
High Card

none of the above – 5 cards of different ranks not in sequence and with more than 1 suit

Poker odds:
1 in 2
High Card
 
These are the winning poker hands order in high only and high-low split. (most poker games). The poker hand rankings is opposite for low games.
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