7 Card Stud Rank of High Hands

In Seven-card Stud, players compare five card hands against each other to determine who wins. A player with a Royal Flush has a better hand than a player with a Full House, for example. Below is a list of standard combinations ranked from best to worst.

Royal Flush

A straight from a ten to an ace and all five cards of the same suit. In poker suit does not matter and pots are split between equally strong hands.

Straight Flush

Any straight with all five cards of the same suit.

Four of a Kind

Any four cards of the same rank.

Full House

Any three cards of the same rank together with any two cards of the same rank.

Flush

Any five cards of the same suit which are not consecutive.

Straight

Any five consecutive cards of different suits. The ace count as either a high or a low card.

Three of a Kind

Any three cards of the same rank.

Two-pair

Any two cards of the same rank together with another two cards of the same rank.

One-pair

Any two cards of the same rank.

High-card

Any hand that does not make up any of the above mentioned hands.

Rank of Low Hands

The following list is from best to worst low hand, so any hand on the list beats any hand below it and loses to any hand above it.

Five High

Five, four, three, two and Ace

Six High

Any five odd cards topped with six.
In case of coincidence of high cards, two next high cards should be compared, and etc.

Seven High

Any five odd cards topped with seven.
In case of coincidence of high cards, two next high cards should be compared, and etc.

Eight High

Any five odd cards topped with eight.
In case of coincidence of high cards, two next high cards should be compared, and etc.

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