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To begin the game of poker is defined as a game suitable for a table of 4 or 5 people, we talk about the classic poker, the version played sitting at a table in almost original form. It is played with a single deck of French cards which you use only the cards: 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace (in ascending order of value) in the case of four players, in the version with 5 players add 6 and thus gradually increases from one card to each player more in the table (despite the lower number is more appropriate, even with more players can form a table). The tour follows the cards clockwise and each new hand dealer becomes the next player to the dealer before.

Below you can see the scores in ascending order, please note that in the poker room, where it is used a whole bunch of 52 cards, there is a difference, it takes the FULL COLOR, because with such a large number of papers it is easier to make a rather than a FULL COLOR.  The pair consists of two cards of the same value, in the example of Hearts and woman paintings, including two pairs of higher value wins that, in the event that the two pairs are of the same value pair wins that contains the seed of hearts (which is the first in order of importance among the suits: hearts, diamonds, clubs, spades).

Two pair is the score that includes two pairs within the 5 cards, two pair is the example of Jack 8. The trio consists of 3 cards of the same value, in the example a trio of Jack. A simple scale is franchised by 5 cards with values ​​in a row, regardless of their seed, in a scale figure to Jack. The full house is formed by a pair of a kind, we see in Figure 7 with a full 10. The color is made ​​up of 5 cards of the same suit, without the constraints of  values, this example shows a spade flush. The score of poker from the name of the game and consists of four cards of the same value, such as a poker 7.

There is a curious rule that there is no winning a royal flush at all, in fact if they collide two royal flushes may occur in the following cases: the minimum (the one with the Ace scaled first card in the deck that minor either 6 or 7), beating the highest (Ace scale placed after the King), the maximum beats the average (without use of the Asso-scale) and the average beats the minimum. In the case quite unique in that you realize all three types of scales, the hand is considered dead heat and the pot is split equally among all holders of the different royal flushes. In the figure we see a full-scale media.

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