- What are the odds of flopping 2 pair?
- Can you have a pair in your hand?
- Is there a kicker on 2 pair?
- What is the kicker card in Texas Holdem?
- Does a kicker count in a straight?
- Is 3 of a kind better than 2 pair?
- Who wins if both players have a pair?
- How do you break a full house tie in poker?
- What is the fifth card kicker?
- What happens if two players have the same straight?
- What if two players have the same high card?
- Is JQKA 2 a straight?
- Does kicker matter in high card?
- Does a straight beat 2 pairs?
- How do you break a flush tie in Texas Holdem?
- What hand wins the most in Texas Holdem?
- Which card suit is highest in poker?
- Has anyone ever got a royal flush?

## What are the odds of flopping 2 pair?

5.6%Based on figures from http://www.flopturnriver.com/poker-strategy/pyroxenes-common-flop-odds-19147, the odds of flopping 2 pair or better, not including draws, is just over 5.6%.

Including flopping a straight or flush draw, the odds are just a hair over 27%..

## Can you have a pair in your hand?

One cannot have both two pair and a full house at the same time even in hold’em or 7 card stud: in normal poker games a poker hand contains exactly five cards. … In Texas Hold’em, you have two cards that can only be used by you and five cards everyone can use to make their best five card poker hand.

## Is there a kicker on 2 pair?

Two pair is always ranked by the value of the highest pair first and only if that pair is the same for both players do you rank by the second pair. If both of two pairs are identical it will be the kicker that will decide the winner (the highest-value fifth card is the kicker).

## What is the kicker card in Texas Holdem?

A kicker, also called a side card, is a card in a poker hand that does not itself take part in determining the rank of the hand, but that may be used to break ties between hands of the same rank. For example, the hand Q-Q-10-5-2 is ranked as a pair of queens. The 10, 5, and 2 are kickers.

## Does a kicker count in a straight?

No, a kicker does not matter in a straight or flush as the best 5-card hand is made up of the 5 flush or straight cards. In this case, you can resort to who has the highest straight or flush.

## Is 3 of a kind better than 2 pair?

Three-of-a-kind always beats two-pair. The only â€śmadeâ€ť poker hand that two-pair beats is one pair.

## Who wins if both players have a pair?

If they both have the same pair, then the winner is the one who has a better five hand card combination. One pair takes two cards, and the rest are the three highest cards possible, also known as kickers or side cards. A very common scenario in poker. Kicker plays a big role at how many times you win with a top pair.

## How do you break a full house tie in poker?

To break a tie with a full house, whoever has the highest â€śtripsâ€ť parts of their hand wins. The â€śpairâ€ť part of the hand does not matter except as a tiebreaker. If the pairs are the same as well, then the hand is a tie and the pot is split.

## What is the fifth card kicker?

The “kicker” is just a fancy way of saying that all the cards in a 5 card hand play, and somewhere in that sequence one of our cards which isn’t part of the main rank is higher than another hand of the same rank.

## What happens if two players have the same straight?

If more than one player has a straight, the straight ending in the card wins. If both straights end in a card of the same strength, the hand is tied. If more than one player holds three of a kind, then the higher value of the cards used to make the three of a kind determines the winner.

## What if two players have the same high card?

If the high cards in two players’ hands is the same, the second-highest card becomes decisive. If these cards are also the same, the third-highest card plays and so on. These cards are known as the kicker. Both players have an ace, but Player 1 wins, because he has a king as his second highest card (kicker).

## Is JQKA 2 a straight?

However there are several card games and variants that allow non-standard straights. In Big Two the highest rank card is the 2; therefore the largest straight is J-Q-K-A-2, while the smallest straight is 3-4-5-6-7.

## Does kicker matter in high card?

Kickers are ranked according to the rules for ranking a hand of high card. The kicker with the highest card is the highest kicker. If two kickers have the same high card (or a high card of equivalent rank, e.g. both kickers contain a king but no ace), then the second highest card of the kicker is used to break the tie.

## Does a straight beat 2 pairs?

a two pair beats a one pair; a three-of-a-kind beats a two pair; a straight beats a three-of-a-kind; … a Royal Flush beats a straight flush.

## How do you break a flush tie in Texas Holdem?

Flush: Five cards of the same suit. In the event of a tie: The player holding the highest ranked card wins. If necessary, the second-highest, third-highest, fourth-highest, and fifth-highest cards can be used to break the tie. If all five cards are the same ranks, the pot is split.

## What hand wins the most in Texas Holdem?

Royal FlushThe Royal Flush is the highest possible winning hand in Texas Holdem poker. A straight flush is the next highest followed by quads (four-of-a-kind), a Full House and so on.

## Which card suit is highest in poker?

spadesWhen suit ranking is applied, the most common conventions are: Alphabetical order: clubs (lowest), followed by diamonds, hearts, and spades (highest). This ranking is used in the game of bridge. Alternating colors: diamonds (lowest), followed by clubs, hearts, and spades (highest).

## Has anyone ever got a royal flush?

Twice in my life I have gotten a royal flush. I played ~250,000 hands of poker last year and have played ~400,000 hands lifetime. Ive only ever flopped a royal once playing at my local casino. (This is Europe so no bad beat Jackpot) .