Poker Hands Rankings
To assist you in becoming familiar with the relative strength of your poker hand, the following chart sets out the poker hands in a logical sequence from the strongest hand, a Royal Flush, to the very weakest of hands, the high card. Don’t forget to visit our online poker sponsor to enjoy great online poker games.
Guide to the different Poker Hands and their values.
Poker Hands Ranking Chart
This is the supreme hand – Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten all of identical suit.
Any five card sequence in the same suit, ranked by the highest card.
Four of a Kind
Four cards of the same index.
Three of a kind and a pair. Ties are broken by the three of a kind first, then by a pair.
Five cards of the same suit. When flushes tie, follow the High Card rule.
Five sequence cards of different suits, ranked by the highest card. In a case of a tie, the pot is split.
Three of a Kind
Three cards of the same index. If there is a tie, follow the High Card rule.
Two seperate pairs. The pair with the highest value is used to determine the winner. If the high pairs are the same, use the second pair, followed by the High Card rule to break the tie.
A pair of cards. High Card breaks the tie.
If no-one has a pair or better, then the highest card wins. In the case of a tie, look at the second highest, then the third and so on. The High Card rule is also used to break the tie when two or more players have the same hand.