Those people, who make the decision to start dealing with card games, especially Poker, need to learn all 10 possible Poker combinations, including the best Royal Straight Flush hands. The newbies are sometimes even scared initially to get this information. Meanwhile, when combining info with practice, it is not very difficult to master Poker in a month or even in a shorter period.
Royal Straight Flush Poker hands and other combinations
Even those, who never played Poker, could have heard about the Royal Flush, the coolest one of the Poker hands, and has 5 highest cards of a similar suit (for instance, 10, J, Q. K, Ace of Hearts). The probability of getting it is so low that the riskiest, skilled, and the happiest gambler, who manages to collect it, when the stakes are especially high, can leave a casino with a huge prize.
Meanwhile, much depends on the initial draw. There are exactly 1,326 starting hands in classic Hold’em. However, some of them are very similar because only the suits differ. The whole thing can therefore be divided into 169 various groups:
- 13 pairs including the best Royal Straight Flush and Full House hands;
- 78 hands with the cards of the same suits;
- 78 color cards’ various combinations.
In reality, everything is simpler than it might seem to be. The newbie has to remember that his aim is to know how to collect different hands. It all depends on the 2 closed cards the game participant gets in the very beginning. The game participant has the right to swap them, using 3 community cards seem by all gamblers at the table.
Best combinations in Poker
The winner of the game is the gambler, who has the highest combination (in the comparison with the other players’ hands) at the time of the showdown, so the first thing any player should learn and remember is the seniority of all combinations. The lowest one is the so-called “high card”, whereas Straight Royal Flush hands are always the coolest ones.
It involves 3 cards of a similar value plus a pair of any 2 cards.
4 of a Kind
It involves has 4 cards which value is similar.
This is the hand, where the player manages to have 5 cards (all in a row), and actually, their suit is never important. It can either start with Ace or end with it.
It includes A, K, Q, J and Ten (the suit must be the same!), and it is the best ever possible variant, as soon as there are only 4 Royal Flushes. It can appear in 1 game only once or even never.
This brief information can let a newbie understand that Poker has almost nothing common with the games of chance. Here, only skills, intelligence, mathematics, and logics are needed. Besides, a Poker player must be a very persistent and patient person.