Poker Hands

Poker Hands
Poker Hand Odds
Printable Poker Hand Rankings

Free guide to Poker Hands rankings and order of Poker Hands Bookmark

The most important aspect of poker is the Poker Hand, if you don't know what your poker hands value is then you are going to be struggling.
Admittedly there is lots of skill and strategy's to win at poker but fundamentally it is down to the hand of cards you have in many cases!
So with this in mind every poker player and would-be poker player needs to learn the poker hand rankings so they know which poker hand is the strongest.

Free printable Poker Hand Rankings

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Poker Hand Rankings

Strongest hands at the top the weakest at the bottom
Poker Hand What cards the hand is made up from (A=Ace, K=King etc)

Royal Flush

A, K, Q, J, 10 all the same suit
Straight Flush 5 cards of the same suit in order. e.g. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
4 of a Kind 4 same cards in different suits. E.g. 3, 3, 3, 3
Full House 3 of a kind plus 1 pair. E.g. 6, 6, 6, K, K
Flush 5 cards in the same suit but not in any order. E.g. 2, 4, 5, 8, K (all hearts)
Straight 5 cards in order but not of the same suit. E.g. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
3 of a Kind 3 same cards in different suits. E.g. Q, Q, Q
2 Pair 2 different pairs. E.g. 2, 2, J, J
Pair 2 cards the same. E.g. 9, 9
High Card When you have no pairs or flush the highest card in the hand is used to determine how strong the hand is. If no players have any other combination above, the one with the highest card wins
  The following 2 Poker hands are only available if wild cards are being played.
Wild Royal Flush Same as a Royal Flush but at least one of the cards a wild card.
E.g. 10, wild, Q, K, A
Five of a Kind 5 same cards in different suits.
E.g. 3, 3, 3, 3, wild
The Poker hands listed above are arranged with the strongest poker hand at the top with the weakest poker hand at the bottom

Learn Poker
Although poker is a game that can be easily picked up it can take a while to master all the different techniques
and strategy's to playing it. Anyone starting out must learn the Poker Hand rankings.
You need to be able to know that a full house beats a flush and that 3 of a kind is better than 2 pair, we have also created a page to show you Poker Hand Odds and what the odds are of you gettign a specific poker hand during a game.

If you are playing online then it is relatively simple to keep check on which poker hand beats what as you can keep this site open in the background for easy reference to the poker hand rankings table above.

If you are playing offline this is not as easy to do so it is worth taking some time to learn the rankings. All you need to do is jot down the poker hands in order and keep having a look at it.

The thing with poker is that once you get into it there are so many other things you can be thinking about and strategy's to play or work out that the poker hands should come as second nature to you.

Print out our free pocket sized Poker Hand Rankings to help learn the various Poker Hands and their order value.



Use our free Poker Hands guide to help you play the best hands in poker
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