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Royal Flush The five highest cards, the 10 through the Ace, all five of the same suit. Two or more people with royal flushes would tie. Example: Ah, Kh, Qh, Jh, Th. Straight Flush Any five cards of the same suit in consecutive numerical order. Our example shows a fivehigh straight flush. Example: 7c, 6c, 5c, 4c, 3c Four of a Kind Four cards of the same denomination. Example: 9, 9, 9, 9, A Full House Any three cards of the same denomination, plus any pair of a different denomination. Ties are broken first by the three of a kind, then the pair. Example: J, J, J, 7, 7 Flush Any five nonconsecutive cards of the same suit. Example: 2d, 9d, Ad, Kd, 9d Straight Any five consecutive cards of mixed suits. Ace can be high or low. Example: J, T, 9, 8, 7 Three of a Kind Three cards of the same denomination. Example: 5, 5, A, T, 5 Two Pair Any two cards of the same denomination, plus any other two cards of the same denomination. If both hands have the same high pair, the second pair wins. If both pairs tie, the high card wins. Example: A, A, T, T, J Pair Any two cards of the same denomination. In a tie, the high card wins. A, J, A, 9, 2 High Card If no other hand is achieved, the highest card held wins. Then the next highest card, and so on. A, T, 9, 5, 4 
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