MC88 – Poker is any of several card games in which a player will bets that the value of their hand is greater than the value held by others, in which of each player must either equal or raise the bet or drop out.

There are several card combinations in poker you should know when you are playing this card game but mc88bet have many games that you want to play more and more, cause we have sbobet. To win the match you have to make sure if your card combination value is higher than others. So that u can win the game. These are the cards combination :

**1. Royal Flush**

This is the highest combination in poker. It consist of ace(A), king(K), queen(Q), jack(J) and ten(10), all on the same leaf. As all leaf are equal, all royal flushes are equal. Cannot be compared

**2. Straight Flush**

Five cards of the same leaf in sequence. **
7**. Between two straight flushes, the one which containing the higher top card is win. An ace can be counted as low card,

**is also a straight flush, but the top card is the five, not the ace. It is the lowest type of straight flush. The cards cannot “turn the corner”**

A

A

**K**is not valid.

**3. Four of a kind**

Four cards of the same value such as four Kings or ten. The fifth card can be anything. This combination is known as “quads”, and in some parts of Europe it is called as a “poker”, though this term for it is unknown in English. Between two fours of a kind, the one with the higher set of four cards is higher – so **3-3-3-3-A** is beaten by **4-4-4-4-2**. It can’t happen in standard poker game, but in some other game you need to compare two fours of a kind where the sets of four cards are of the same value, then the one with the higher fifth card is better.

**4. Full House**

This combination consists of three cards of the same value and two same cards of another value such as **5-5-5-8-8**. When comparing the full houses, the rank of the three cards determines which is higher. For example **9-9-9-4-4** beats **8-8-8-A-A**. If the three of a kind were equal, then the rank of the pairs would decide which is higher.

**5. Flush**

Five cards of the same leaf. When comparing two flushes, the highest card will determines which is higher. If the highest cards are equal, then the second highest card will be compared if those are equal too, then the third highest card, and so on. **
5** because the nine beats the seven. (in this case we compare the third highest cards)

**6. Straight**

It’s five cards of mixed leaf in sequence. **
8**. It could be any leaf. When comparing two sequences, the one with the higher ranking top card is the winner. Ace can count high or low in a straight, but not both at once, for example

**A-K-Q-J-10**.

**5-4-3-2-A**are valid straights, but

**A**is the counted as low card.

**7. Three of a Kind**

Three cards of the same value plus two any 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 value, then the higher of the two remaining cards in each hand are compared, and if those cards are equal, the lower odd card is compared.

**8. Two Pairs**

A pair is two cards of same value rank. In a hand with two pairs, the two pairs are of different value. When comparing hands with two pairs, the hand with the highest pair is win, irrespective of the value of the other pair. So **J-J-2-2-4** beats **10-10-9-9-8** because the jacks beat the tens. If the higher pairs are equal, then the lower pairs are compared, so that for example **8-8-6-6-3** beats **8-8-5-5-K**. and last, if both pairs are in the same rank, the odd cards are compared, so **Q-Q-5-5-8** beats **Q-Q-5-5-4**.

**9. Pair**

A pair is a hand with two cards of equal rank and three other cards which do not match each other. When comparing pairs, the hand with the higher pair is better. For example **6-6-4-3-2** beats **5-5-A-K-Q**. If the pairs are equal, then compare the highest value odd cards from each hands. If these are equal compare the second highest odd card, and so on

**10. High Card**

It’s when five cards which do not form any combinations listed above. If the highest cards are equal, the second cards are compared, and so on to the last highest cards

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