# Who is the winner?

## Who is the winner?

If I have 2 kings and 3 two's and my opponet has 3 fives and 2 two's, who wins?

**billabadmash**- Posts : 6

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## Re: Who is the winner?

the second hand, cause have 3 high cards, 555 kills 222

**Neofann**- Posts : 8

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## poker hand ranking

maybe this can help us all to decide who wins...

1. Royal Flush

This is the highest poker hand. It consists of ace, king, queen, jack, ten, all in the same suit. As all suits are equal, all royal flushes are equal.

2. Straight Flush

Five cards of the same suit in sequence.Between two straight flushes, the one containing the higher top card is higher. An ace can be counted as low.but its top card is the five, not the ace, so it is the lowest type of straight flush. The cards cannot "turn the corner"

3. Four of a kind

This consists of three cards of one rank and two cards of another rank - for example three sevens and two tens (colloquially known as "sevens full" or more specifically "sevens on tens"). When comparing full houses, the rank of the three cards determines which is higher.If the threes of a kind were equal, the rank of the pairs would decide.

5. Flush

Five cards of the same suit. When comparing two flushes, the highest card determines which is higher. If the highest cards are equal then the second highest card is compared; if those are equal too, then the third highest card, and so on

6. Straight

Five cards of mixed suits in sequence.hen comparing two sequences, the one with the higher ranking top card is better. Ace can count high or low in a straight, but not both at once.

7. Three of a Kind

Three cards of the same rank plus two other cards. This combination is also known as Triplets or Trips. When comparing two threes of a kind the hand in which the three equal cards are of higher rank is better.If you have to compare two threes of a kind where the sets of three are of equal rank, then the higher of the two remaining cards in each hand are compared, and if those are equal, the lower odd card is compared.

8. Two Pairs

A pair is two cards of equal rank. In a hand with two pairs, the two pairs are of different ranks (otherwise you would have four of a kind), and there is an odd card to make the hand up to five cards. When comparing hands with two pairs, the hand with the highest pair wins, irrespective of the rank of the other cards. If the higher pairs are equal, the lower pairs are compared.Finally, if both pairs are the same, the odd cards are compared

9. Pair

A hand with two cards of equal rank and three other cards which do not match these or each other. When comparing two such hands, the hand with the higher pair is better.f the pairs are equal, compare the highest ranking odd cards from each hand; if these are equal compare the second highest odd card, and if these are equal too compare the lowest odd cards.

10. High Card

ive cards which do not form any of the combinations listed above. When comparing two such hands, the one with the better highest card wins. If the highest cards are equal the second cards are compared; if they are equal too the third cards are compared, and so on

1. Royal Flush

This is the highest poker hand. It consists of ace, king, queen, jack, ten, all in the same suit. As all suits are equal, all royal flushes are equal.

2. Straight Flush

Five cards of the same suit in sequence.Between two straight flushes, the one containing the higher top card is higher. An ace can be counted as low.but its top card is the five, not the ace, so it is the lowest type of straight flush. The cards cannot "turn the corner"

3. Four of a kind

This consists of three cards of one rank and two cards of another rank - for example three sevens and two tens (colloquially known as "sevens full" or more specifically "sevens on tens"). When comparing full houses, the rank of the three cards determines which is higher.If the threes of a kind were equal, the rank of the pairs would decide.

5. Flush

Five cards of the same suit. When comparing two flushes, the highest card determines which is higher. If the highest cards are equal then the second highest card is compared; if those are equal too, then the third highest card, and so on

6. Straight

Five cards of mixed suits in sequence.hen comparing two sequences, the one with the higher ranking top card is better. Ace can count high or low in a straight, but not both at once.

7. Three of a Kind

Three cards of the same rank plus two other cards. This combination is also known as Triplets or Trips. When comparing two threes of a kind the hand in which the three equal cards are of higher rank is better.If you have to compare two threes of a kind where the sets of three are of equal rank, then the higher of the two remaining cards in each hand are compared, and if those are equal, the lower odd card is compared.

8. Two Pairs

A pair is two cards of equal rank. In a hand with two pairs, the two pairs are of different ranks (otherwise you would have four of a kind), and there is an odd card to make the hand up to five cards. When comparing hands with two pairs, the hand with the highest pair wins, irrespective of the rank of the other cards. If the higher pairs are equal, the lower pairs are compared.Finally, if both pairs are the same, the odd cards are compared

9. Pair

A hand with two cards of equal rank and three other cards which do not match these or each other. When comparing two such hands, the hand with the higher pair is better.f the pairs are equal, compare the highest ranking odd cards from each hand; if these are equal compare the second highest odd card, and if these are equal too compare the lowest odd cards.

10. High Card

ive cards which do not form any of the combinations listed above. When comparing two such hands, the one with the better highest card wins. If the highest cards are equal the second cards are compared; if they are equal too the third cards are compared, and so on

**fjameela**- Posts : 2

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## Re: Who is the winner?

lolzzzzzzzz

man you making my head spin like a fan

man you making my head spin like a fan

**billabadmash**- Posts : 6

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## Re: Who is the winner?

fjameela wrote:maybe this can help us all to decide who wins...

1. Royal Flush

This is the highest poker hand. It consists of ace, king, queen, jack, ten, all in the same suit. As all suits are equal, all royal flushes are equal.

2. Straight Flush

Five cards of the same suit in sequence.Between two straight flushes, the one containing the higher top card is higher. An ace can be counted as low.but its top card is the five, not the ace, so it is the lowest type of straight flush. The cards cannot "turn the corner"

3. Four of a kind

This consists of three cards of one rank and two cards of another rank - for example three sevens and two tens (colloquially known as "sevens full" or more specifically "sevens on tens"). When comparing full houses, the rank of the three cards determines which is higher.If the threes of a kind were equal, the rank of the pairs would decide.

5. Flush

Five cards of the same suit. When comparing two flushes, the highest card determines which is higher. If the highest cards are equal then the second highest card is compared; if those are equal too, then the third highest card, and so on

6. Straight

Five cards of mixed suits in sequence.hen comparing two sequences, the one with the higher ranking top card is better. Ace can count high or low in a straight, but not both at once.

7. Three of a Kind

Three cards of the same rank plus two other cards. This combination is also known as Triplets or Trips. When comparing two threes of a kind the hand in which the three equal cards are of higher rank is better.If you have to compare two threes of a kind where the sets of three are of equal rank, then the higher of the two remaining cards in each hand are compared, and if those are equal, the lower odd card is compared.

8. Two Pairs

A pair is two cards of equal rank. In a hand with two pairs, the two pairs are of different ranks (otherwise you would have four of a kind), and there is an odd card to make the hand up to five cards. When comparing hands with two pairs, the hand with the highest pair wins, irrespective of the rank of the other cards. If the higher pairs are equal, the lower pairs are compared.Finally, if both pairs are the same, the odd cards are compared

9. Pair

A hand with two cards of equal rank and three other cards which do not match these or each other. When comparing two such hands, the hand with the higher pair is better.f the pairs are equal, compare the highest ranking odd cards from each hand; if these are equal compare the second highest odd card, and if these are equal too compare the lowest odd cards.

10. High Card

ive cards which do not form any of the combinations listed above. When comparing two such hands, the one with the better highest card wins. If the highest cards are equal the second cards are compared; if they are equal too the third cards are compared, and so on

Where is no 4?

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## Re: Who is the winner?

Both of you have a full house. Who is greater? We will see the 3 of the same kind. You have 3 of 2s while your opponent has 3 of 5s. 5 is bigger than 2, so he wins, even though your 2 kings look awesome.

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## Re: Who is the winner?

hmm so its mean i lose at that time but refused to accept so )

hahaha

hahaha

**billabadmash**- Posts : 6

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## Re: Who is the winner?

billabadmash wrote:hmm so its mean i lose at that time but refused to accept so )

hahaha

i told u man

**Neofann**- Posts : 8

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## Re: Who is the winner?

Thank you guys for all the replies that i have so its a awsum forum

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