Poker five of the same suit

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On the matter of suit values, though, I have heard the suits are ranked as diamonds, clubs, hearts and spades, in that order.

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List of poker hands - Wikipedia Straight. A straight is a poker hand containing five cards of sequential rank, not all of the same suit, such as 7♣ 6♠ 5♠ 4♥ 3♥ (a "seven-high straight"). It ranks below a flush and above three of a kind. As part of a straight, an ace can rank either above a king or below a two, depending on the rules of the game. PROBABILITY: 5-CARD POKER HANDS


This is a discussion on Cards of the same suit within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; In high-value tournament is it good to pay K3 bets of the same suit for example?

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