There are many hand in a poker game. It is essential to a poker player to learn and remember there content and rank. Listed below are the different hands starting at highest .

  1. Royal Flush
  2. Straight Flush
  3. Four of a Kind
  4. Full House
  5. Flush
  6. Straight
  7. Three of a Kind
  8. Two Pair
  9. One Pair
  10. High Cards

Royal Flush: A straight from a ten to an ace with all five cards of the same suit. In poker all suits are ranked equally.

Straight Flush: Any straight with all five cards of the same suit.

Four of a Kind: Any four cards of the same rank. If two players share the same Four of a Kind, the bigger fifth card (known as the kicker) decides who wins the pot.

Full House: Any three cards of the same rank together with any two cards of the same rank. Our example shows "Aces full of Kings" and it is a bigger full house than "Kings full of Aces."

Flush: Any five cards of the same suit (not consecutive). The highest card of the five determines the rank of the flush. Our example shows an Ace-high flush, which is the highest possible.

Straight: Any five consecutive cards of different suits. Aces can count as either a high or a low card. Our example shows a five-high straight, which is the lowest possible straight.

Three of a Kind: Any three cards of the same rank. Our example shows three-of-a-kind Aces, with a King and a Queen as side cards - the best possible three of a kind.

Two Pair: Any two cards of the same rank together with another two cards of the same rank. Our example shows the best possible two-pair, Aces and Kings. The highest pair of the two determines the rank of the two-pair.

One Pair: Any two cards of the same rank. Our example shows the best possible one-pair hand.

High Card: Any hand not in the above-mentioned hands. Our example shows the best possible high-card hand.