Poker is a card game where players compete against each other to win the pot. The player with the best hand wins the pot. The game is played with five or more players. Each player places a bet in front of them and must call if their hand is higher than the other player’s. The betting process continues until all players either call or fold. There is no relative ranking for suits in Poker. Those who do not win their hand must share it with the other player.
The goal of the game is to make the highest ranking hand possible, and to win by betting until all players have dropped out. The winner is the player with the best hand, and he or she wins all the money bet in that hand. If the game ends in a draw, the pot is split among the players. When a player folds, the other players must call again. This is called a “fold” in Poker. But in most games, the player who folds loses everything.
A straight is a set of five cards, each with a distinct rank. A pair can be a high or low pair, or any five cards of a different rank. An example of a one-pair is 10/10 K/4/3. A one-pair hand is very common. A hand with no pairs is called a no-pair. A straight is not a pair of cards, and a hand without pairs has no pair. If it is a tie, the highest card is rated.