Poker

Five Card Stud Hand Rankings

The rankings of hands for Five Card Stud are the same as they would be for any five-card poker game, with one exception. In games where the joker (or “bug”) is used, since the joker can be either an ace, or a card used to complete a straight or flush, the best possible hand is five aces. As such, just like playing judi bola terpercaya, you need to be strategic in five card stud hand rankings.

The rankings of hands for Five Card Stud are the same as they would be for any five-card poker game, with one exception. In games where the joker (or “bug”) is used, since the joker can be either an ace, or a card used to complete a straight or flush, the best possible hand is five aces. As a result, the full ranking of hands in Five Card Stud is as follows:

  1. Five Aces (when the joker is added to a 52-card deck)
  2. Royal Flush (A-K-Q-J-10 of the same suit)
  3. Straight Flush (five consecutive cards of the same suit. If two players have straight flushes, the player whose hand contains the card of highest rank wins, e.g. 10-9-8-7-6 beats 8-7-6-5-4.
  4. Four of a Kind (four cards of the same rank in the hand. If two players have this hand, the one whose cards are of a higher rank wins, e.g. four Jacks beats four Nines).
  5. Full House (three cards of one rank and two cards of a second rank in the same hand. If two players both have full houses, the player whose hand has the highest three-of-a-kind wins, e.g. 9-9-9-3-3 beats 8-8-8-A-A)
  6. Flush (five cards of the same suit. If two players have flushes, the one with the card of highest rank wins. If both players have the same high card, the second-highest card is compared, and so on, e.g. A-8-6-5-3 beats K-Q-J-10-7
  7. Straight (five cards of consecutive rank. If two players have straights, the one that contains the card of highest rank wins, e.g. 9-8-7-6-5 beats 6-5-4-3-2)
  8. Three-of-a-Kind (three cards of the same rank, with two other unmatched cards). If two players have three-of-a-kind, the one with the higher rank wins, e.g. 10-10-10-6-4 beats 9-9-9-A-K)
  9. Two Pair (two cards in each of two matching ranks, with one unmatched card. If two players each have two pairs, the one with the highest single pair wins, e.g. A-A-2-2-9 beats K-K-Q-Q-J. If both players have the same high pair, the second pair is compared. If both players have the same two pairs, the higher fifth card determines the winner).
  10. One Pair (two matching cards, with three unmatched cards. If two players each have one pair, the one with the higher-ranking pair wins. If both have the same pair, the player with the highest unmatched card wins, e.g. A-A-K-3-2 beats A-A-Q-J-10. If the highest unmatched card is also the same, the next card is compared, and so on).
  11. High Card (a hand with five unmatched cards. If two players have a high card hand, the winner is the player with the highest single card. If they each have the same high card, the next highest cards are compared, and so on).

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