Do 2 aces and 3 threes beat 3 nines and 2 queens?
No, it does not. Three nines and two queens is higher than three threes and two aces.The upper part of the Full House is the 3-of-a-kind. The lower part of a Full House is the pair. So the three 9's beat the three 3's
Two pair works like this, the higher pair determines who is the winner. Suppose I have two pair Aces and fives, that means I beat all two pair that have kings as the higher pair, and queens etc. So Aces and fives beats Kings and queens. Now, if there is tie then the second pair comes in, so Aces and fives loses to Aces and sevens.
It depends on the type of poker game being played. In a game where aces are low (they are equivalent to the number 1). In that case yes, a pair of fives beats a pair of aces. In a game where aces are high, then no, the pair of aces definitely wins. A pair of aces is the highest single pair you can get in the game of poker, before getting two pair or higher…
In most card games the ace is treated as the highest card in the suit. In a few, though, it's treated as the lowest, and in some games even though aces are higher than queens the suits of the two cards matter (one suit "trumps" the others, so a queen of hearts might beat an ace of clubs, if hearts are trumps).
In poker if you have a pair of queens and a nine and your brother has a pair of tens with an ace who wins?
Double aces is a pair, it would be beaten by a three of a kind, unless someone else has a pair of aces also, in which case the next highest card in the hand would win. For example: between the hands of A, A, 10, 6, 2 and A, A, 7, 4, 3 the 10 would win. a pair of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,jack,queen, or king would beat a pair of aces.
Not necessarily, but there are some ways to get things not unlockable by standard achievements like beating Campaign or something. For more Trial missions, beat the first one to get the second one, and unlock the other missions in the same manner. For special color planes, destroy hidden aces which are in some missions. To get the X-02, destroy all hidden aces.
just find some queens around your neighborhood and start bein down with them, learn some knowledge, and trust, they will sooner or later ask you to join, IF YOUR WORTHY of the Crown, if you wanna join though you gotta get bounced, meaning for about 2 minutes you gotta get beat up by 2 of the members and if you can take it your in
No, the higher ranking pairs in each hand have priority and are compared first and a pair of Aces beats a pair of Kings. The value of the lower pair is only relevant if the higher pairs in each hand are the same, for example KQ v K7. In this example the lower ranking pairs in each hand would be compared and because a Queen is higher than a seven, KQ beats K7.
Two pair will beat a high card hand, your question is not very clear so I will try to answer the best I can. If both hands are exactly the same except for the kicker (A,A,3,3,6 and A,A,3,3,2) the kicker will determine the winner. Cards are ranked at face value, Ace can be either the highest or lowest card, depending on the hand. All others are ranked from 2, lowest, to King, highest. If the…