What is a royal flush in five-card poker?

Answer In five-card poker, a royal flush is getting a straight from ace to ten with all the cards the same suit. Thus, if you had a hand of an ace, king, queen, jack and 10, and all were of clubs, you wou... Read More »

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Does five of a kind beat a royal flush?

In poker games with wild cards, five of a kind beats a royal flush. Five aces would be the highest possible hand. In poker without wild cards, a royal flush is the highest poker hand possible.Sourc... Read More »

Does a heart royal flush beat a spade royal flush?

In poker, a royal flush consists of the following cards in the same suit: ace, king, queen, jack and 10. This combination constitutes the highest possible value in the game and no suit trumps anoth... Read More »

Does a flush beat a straight in three-card poker?

In three-card poker, a flush does not beat a straight. A straight is the third highest-ranking hand in three-card poker, while a flush is the fourth highest-ranking hand. This differs from standard... Read More »

Does a royal flush with hearts beat a royal flush with spades?

In standard poker rules, a royal flush is the highest winning hand a person can have. One suit is of no more value than another. If there are two royal flushes in the same hand, it is considered a ... Read More »