Texas Hold'em

Rank of Hands

In Texas Hold'em poker, the player with the highest combination of 5 cards wins. Here are the top ten hands you must remember.
 
Royal Flush
Royal Flush is poker’s most famous hand. It cannot be beaten. An ace, king, queen, jack and ten of a single suit make this unbeaten hand.
Straight Flush
Five cards of the same suit, in sequence make a Straight Flush. If there is a tie, the highest card ranks win.
Four of a Kind
Four cards of the same rank, and one side card or ‘Kicker’ make Four of a Kind. In a tie, the player with the highest side card (‘Kicker’) wins.
Full House
Three cards of the same rank, and two cards of a different rank make a Full House. In a tie, the player with highest three matching cards wins. 
Flush
Five cards of the same suit, but not in a sequence, make Flush. In a tie, the player with the highest ranked card wins.
Straight
Five non-suited cards in sequence of rank make Straight. In a tie, the player with highest ranked cards wins.
Three of a Kind
Three cards of the same rank, and two unrelated side cards make a Three Of a Kind. In a tie, the player with the highest, and if needed, second-highest side card (‘kicker’) wins.
Two-pair
Two pairs of cards with different matching ranks and one kicker make a Two Pair. If two players have an identical Two Pair, the one with the highest kicker wins.
Pair
Two cards of matching rank, and three unrelated side cards make a Pair. In a tie, the player with the highest, and if necessary, second or third-highest side card wins.
High-card
If none of the players in a game have a Pair or any of the above combinations, the highest card wins. Which in this case if an Ace.