The first thing to be remembered in poker rules are the winning combinations of cards, t.N. "Poker hands" (Poker Hands). Regardless of which poker option you play, the dignity of poker combinations remains the same almost always.
The poker combination includes 5 cards. Wins the player whose combination older in rank.
Combinations of poker cards in descending order
Poker (Five Of A Kind)
The strongest combination of poker. Five cards of one dignity. Such a combination may occur only in poker options with Joker (Joker).
Royal Flush Flash
The strongest combination of poker in the options of the game without Joker. Five cards of one suit from 10 to the ace. Royal Flash It is essentially Street Flash, only the oldest.
Street Flash (Stright Flush)
Five consecutive cards of one suit. In other words: Street Flash is a street from any card consisting of the cards of the same suit. If two or more players have Street Flash, then the one who starts with an older card wins.
Kare (Four Of A Kind)
Four cards of one rank. If two or more players have a kara in their hands, then the one whose cards have an older rank.
Full House (Full House)
Three cards of one dignity with two cards of one dignity, but another rank. If two or more players Full House, then he wins the one who has a set of three higher dignity cards.
Five cards of one suit of any sequence. If two or more players have a flash, the winner is determined by the oldest map. If players have older maps are equivalent, the victory is determined by the value of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and the 5th card, respectively.
Five consecutive cards of different suites. If two or more players have Street, then the victory is estimated at the oldest map.
Troika or Seth (Three Of A Kind)
Three cards of one rank. If two or more Troika players, the one whose older three cards wins. If the players gathered the same three, the winner determines the value of the highest unrelated card, or, if they are equal, the value of the second card, their equality means that the money will be divided equally.
Two Pair (Two Pair)
Two pairs are a poker combination consisting of Two cards of one rank, two cards of another rank and one third rank card (kicker). If two or more players have two pairs, then wins the one who has the oldest pair. If the older couples are the same, then he wins the one who has older steam. If all four pair cards are the same from different players, then he wins the one who has older than the fifth card. If complete equality happens, then the bank goes to equal shares of applicants.
Pair (One Pair)
Two cards of the same rank, with three inconsistent cards. Higher pair beats lower. If two players have a couple of the same rank, then the winnings are determined by the oldest inconsistent map, when these cards are the same, then the second cards are considered.D.
Senior Map (High Card)
Combination without any combination of cards. Senior Card is the youngest combination in poker. Rated by the highest card. When two or more players receive such combinations, wins the one who has the most eldest card. If the highest cards of these players are also the same, then the map is considered as seniority.