Five of a kind: The highest hand imaginable is five, which only happens when at least one card is wild, like a joker. Four 10s and a wild card or two queens and three wild cards are two examples of five of a kind.
Straight flush: When just the regular pack is utilized, and there are no wild cards, the straight flush is the highest hand that can be made. Five cards of the same suit in order, such as the 10, 9, 8, 7, and 6 of hearts, make up a straight flush.
Three of a kind: Three cards of one rank and two cards of another rank, such as three 8s and two 4s, create a whole house, a striking hand.
A flush is five cards of the same suit, although not always in that order. Q, 10, 7, 6, and 2 of clubs are an illustration.
Straight: A straight is five consecutive cards different from the same suit. A prime example is 9♥, 8♣, 7♠, 6♦, 5♥.
Three of a Kind: It is also known as three of a kind, and combines three cards of the same rank and two additional cards, each of a different rank, such as three jacks, a seven, and a four.
Two pairs: A pair of cards of the same rank, a pair of cards of a different rank, and any fifth card of a different rank, such as the cards Q, Q, 7, 7, or 4, make up this hand.
One Pair: The only pair in this common combination is the only pair, while the other three cards have different ranks. Examples are 10, 10, K, 4, and 3.
No Pair: This often-seen hand has "nothing." None of the five cards match up, and neither are any of the five of the same suit or rank. When many players are without a pair, the hands are ranked according to the highest card in each hand, thus, an ace-high hand triumphs over a king-high hand, and so on.