Does a full house beat a three of a kind in poker?
yes. ANSWER The ranking of the hands are: High card
Three of a kind
Flush Full House
Four of a kind
Three of a kind
Flush Full House
Four of a kind
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Two pair will win, in Texas Holdem' hands ranking two pair is higher than three of a kind. The reverse is for all other types of poker. This is not even close to correct, whoever typed this is not smart or simply does not know poker rules. The following is the official poker hand rankings for …Texas holdem poker and for that matter, all poker! FROM BEST TO WORST ROYAL FLUSH (A,K,Q,J,10 - ALL THE SAME SUIT....NOTE THAT NO SUIT OUTRANKS ANY OTHER, IN TEXAS HOLDEM THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE ROYAL FLUSH PER HAND) STRAIGHT FLUSH (ANY 5 CARDS IN A ROW OF THE SAME SUIT, EG: 2,3,4,5,6 ALL SUITED OR 5,6,7,8,9 ALL SUITED...NOTE THAT A ROYAL FLUSH IS THE HIGHEST RANKING STRAIGHT FLUSH) FOUR OF A KIND (ENOUGH SAID A,A,A,A .....10,10,10,10 ETC......NOTE THAT IF THERE IS A FOUR OF A KIND ON THE BOARD IN TEXAS HOLDEM THEN THE PERSON WITH THE HIGHEST KICKER WILL WIN) FULL HOUSE (BASICALLY A PAIR AND THREE OF A KIND AT THE SAME TIME...EG: K,K,K,Q,Q) FLUSH (5 CARDS OF THE SAME SUIT THAT DONT FALL INTO THE STRAIGHT FLUSH CATEGORY...EG: KH,QH,10H,5H,2H) STRAIGHT (5 UNSUITED CARDS IN A ROW ...EG: KH,QH,JS,10C,9D) THREE OF A KIND (TRIPS) K,K,K OR A,A,A OR 3,3,3 ETC TWO PAIR AA,KK OR 10,10,2,2 ETC ONE PAIR (A,A) HIGH CARD (ACE HIGH ETC) (MORE)
Yes From highest to lowest: Five of A Kind (Only possible with Wild Cards) Straight Flush Four of A Kind Full House Flush Straight Three of A Kind Two Pair One Pair High Card quite not
A straight flush, Eight to Queen.\n. \nBut this is the hand that beat Steve McQueen's hand in the Movie. The movie was changed from what was in the book.
No. There are only 3 hands that beat a Full House - Four of a kind, Straight Flush and Royal Flush. A full list of the Poker Hand Rankings, with hand examples, can be found in the related links.
First is straight, then the flush, next is full house, four of a kind, straight flush and finally royal straight flush. (it is in sequence to the lowest to the higher).
Its called Full house ( a pair (8, 8) and a three of a kind (7, 7, 7) for example).
No, Only three combinations can beat a Four of a kind A higher four of a kind (example : KKKK Vs QQQQ) Four aces being the highest FoK possible. Any FoK will be beaten by A straight flush (5 suited card in a row) The Royal Flush (which is a Ace high Straight Flush) is the unbeatable hand.
Full House - also known as full boat; a hand that has three of the same rank and two matching of the other rank. 2 of the same cards then 3 of the same
A full house always beats a flush, unless it is a straight flush or a royal flush..
NO the order is (from lowest to highest) 1 pair 2 two pair 3 three of a kind 4 straight 5 flush 6 full house 7 four of a kind 8 straight flush 9 royal flush
When Drawing 3 cards Holding A Pair . Improving to 2 pairs - 5.3/1 . Improving to trips - 7.7/1 . Improving to A Full House - 97/1 . Improving to Quads - 359/1
Yes, it does. . Royal flush . Straight flush . Four of a kind . Full house . Flush . Straight . Three of a kind . Two pair . A pair . High card
In poker, a three-of-a-kind is beaten by four-of-a-kind, a full house, a straight, a flush or a straight flush.
No. Think of it this way: A full house is 1 pair + 3 of a kind (a pair + 1 more).
Above all royal flush, then straight flush , then 4 of a kind, then full house, flush, straight, trips or set, two pair, pair, and high card. If you are playing with wild cards (Card which can be used as any card) then the highest possible combination is 5 of a kind, 5 of a kind beats the Royal Flu…sh. (MORE)
A Royal Flush, a straight flush, 4 of a kind, a full house, a flush and a straight, in descending order of strength.
The probability of being dealt a full house in poker is 3744/2,598,960 or 1 in 694. The probability of moving up from a full house in poker is 4/47. Check with http://www.indepthinfo.com/probability-poker/full-house.shtml
Yes, the hand ranking goes like this: Royal Flush Straight Flush Four Of A Kind Full House Flush Straight Three Of A Kind Two Pairs One Pair High Card
Not 100% on this, but I think... For any given trio we have 4 C 3 = 4 ways to arrange the suits, and 13 different number/face cards which may be the trio for 52 possibilities. Then we have 12 selections for the pair with 4 C 2 = 12 suit combinations for 144 different pairs. 144 * 52 = 7488 …(Answer is the same if you select the pair first, just is 156 * 48 = 7488) (MORE)
when one or more of the cards in the 4 of a kind are from a different deck. In reality, never.
A Full House in any kind of Poker is a three of a kind with a pair. For example; three Kings and two fives.
Is this a troll? Of course not. A poker hand only has 5 cards. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_a_straight_beat_three_pair
No, they do not. However, it also depends on whether the dealer qualified or not, and whether the player bet on the Pair Plus. On the Pair Plus it does not matter what the hand is, if it is a pair or better, it gets paid. On the ante and play, if the dealer does not qualify it is a push and a pay, w…hen the dealer qualifies then it depends on who had the Kings and who had the Jacks. If you are talking about other players on the table, it does not matter, in Three Card Poker the players play against the dealer and not each other. (MORE)
Three pairs isn't possible. you have to play 5 cards. so you would play the highest two pairs. So yes, a full house would win.
There are 4 ways to choose 3 cards of the same rank (set). There are 6 ways to choose 2 cards of the same rank (pair). There are 13 ranks from which to get the the set, and then only 12 remain for the pair. So there are: (4*13) * (6*12) = 3744 different full house combinations. Since the suit… doesn't matter however, there are only 13*12 = 156 distinctly valued full houses. (MORE)
No, nothing beats a royal flush. Unless you are playing with wild cards, then a 5 of a kind beats a royal flush.
You can only use your best five cards. So the answer is no, because you would be using 6 card for three pair. 3 of a kind beats two pair
The answer is no. There is no such thing as 3 pair in any kind of poker. You can only use five cards to make a hand. Here are the hand ranks from lowest to highest. High card One pair Two pair Three of a kind Straight Flush Full House Four of a kind Straight Flush Royal Flush
A full house is a three of a kind and a pair, 99922, in any poker game.
There is no such thing as "three pair" in poker, you cannot have more than five cards to make a hand.
There are no tricks in poker, there is three of a kind or a pair. A three of a kind always beats a pair.
In most games of poker a full house does beat a flush. It does not however beat a straight flush. I agree with that answer 100%
hi, i would think that 3 pair would be good enough to beat a full house because a full house is three of a kind and one pair, however three pair seems harder so i would say 3 pair beats a full house
Any hand containing three cards of the same rank, example, you are playing Texas Holdem and have AA in your hand and another A falls on the flop. This is commonly known as a "flopping a set". Alternatively, you are holding AK and AAx comes on the flop. This is known as "flopping trips". … See the Church of Texas Holdem's poker school for more. (MORE)
Three aces and two eights is a full house. Three Aces and two nines would win. As would three aces and two kickers 10 or higher.
3 of a kind Aces can not beat a full house. In this particular case it is most likely that there was a pair and an ace already on the board, making the 3 aces and the pair on the board a higher full house then the other full house.
There are no three pairs in poker, it's only three of a kind or your two highest pairs. So the full house would win. I mean just for starters the full house already has three of a kind within it 3 6's which already beats two pair. So the full house is ONE of the strongest hands in poker.
A full house is three cards of the same value and 2 cards of the same value. Example - K,K,K, + 2,2 = Full house
A pair will always beat a hand without at least a pair. A 'run of three' or a 'run of four' is not a hand at all and has no value, a single ace will beat either of them.
Well poker hands are [from the worst to the best]: 1- high card [no-pair] 2- one pair 3- two pair 4- three of a kind [trips, set] 5- straight 6- flush 7- full house [full boat] 8- four of a kind [quads] 9- straight flush 10- royal straight flush. So.. yes, it does. Royal flus…hes are the strongest hands in regular texas holdem. (MORE)
March 16 is when Full House Poker on Xbox Live will be coming out. It will cost 800 Microsoft points.
There is no such thing as a "Small Straight" in poker. A normal straight consists of 5 connecting cards, and will always beat 2 pair.
Yes, any 3 of a kind know as a set or trips beats ant two pairs.
I'm guessing because it is higher. A Full House can beat a Flush, but not a Straight Flush or Royal Flush.
No full house will always beat a straight unless they are suited making a straight flush. (22666) beats (10JQKA) if they are of different suits
No never.... three aces (AAA) does Not beat the lowest straight Ace, Two, Three, Four, Five (A2345) also know as the wheel, bicycle or bike.
No as you are one card short of a straight, if you had the queen or seven then yes this would win but other wise this hand is just king high.
The ranks of hands are as follows (from best to worst): 1. Royal Flush 2. Straight Flush 3. 4 of a Kind (aka Quads) 4. Full House (aka Boat) 5. Flush 6. Straight 7. Three of a Kind (aka Set) 8. Two Pair 9. Pair 10. High Card (aka nothing)
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The hand of three of a kind and a pair is called a Full House. Thethree cards have to be of a same number or face value and so shouldbe with the pair. In an event of a tie between players, the highestthree matching cards are taken into consideration.