Texas Hold’em is a popular poker game in online casinos, and now there are many Texas Hold’em games that can be played using mobile apps, and beginners should know the hand size before placing a bet on the game so that you can win more easily.
The size of the cards in Texas Hold’em.
The size of Texas Hold’em is in the following order: Royal Flush > Straight Flush > Four of a Kind > Gourd > Flush > Straight > Three of a Kind > Two Pairs > One Pair > Scatter
Suit->A, K, Q, J and 10
The Royal Flush is the largest hand in Texas Hold’em and is made up of the same suit.
Suit->Flush is a five-card straight of the same suit.
The largest flush, AKQJ10, and the smallest flush, A2345.
Four of a Kind
Suit -> Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts, Ace+K of Spades
Consists of four cards of the same number, plus one loose card.
Suit->A, Ace, A+K, King
Determined by the size of the three tricks
Suit->5 cards of the same suit are Spades, Hearts, Diamonds and Clubs
The largest card is used to determine the size. The largest card is played first, and if it is the same, the second card is played next, until the winner is determined.
Suit->Not the same suit
The largest straight is AKQJ10 and the smallest straight is A2345.
Three of a Kind
Suit->8 of Spades, 8 of Hearts, 8+2, 4 of Clubs
Compare the numbers of the three tricks first
Suit->6, 6, 8, 8, 8, A
It consists of two pairs plus one random card. When comparing cards, the larger pair is compared first, then the smaller pair if the pair is the same, and then the size of the loose cards if the pair is the same.
Suit->A, A, 5, 6, 2
If the number of a pair is the same, the player who has the bigger number than the loose card wins.
Suit->A random 5-card hand
The largest number of cards is the main comparison card, followed by the second, third, fourth and fifth card sizes.
By understanding the Texas Hold’em hand, you can not only get started faster in the game, but also avoid being cheated.