The Different Types of Indian Poker hands
There are ten different types of hands in Indian Poker, each with its unique characteristics and potential for winning.
High Card Hands
High card hands are the lowest-ranked hands in Indian Poker and occur when no other forms of hands are present. The player with the highest-ranked card wins the pot.
Pair hands consist of two cards of the same rank, such as two aces or two tens. In case of a tie, the player with the higher-ranking pair wins.
Three of a-Kind Hands
Three-of-a-kind hands include three cards of the same rank and two other unrelated cards. In the game of Indian Poker, three aces are the highest ranking of Three of kind poker hands.
Straight hands are five cards in numerical sequence, regardless of the suit. An ace can either count as one or the highest card in a straight hand, making A-K-Q-J-10 the highest-ranking straight hand.
Flush hands consist of any five cards of the same suit, making the five highest cards of a flush the winning hand.
Full House Hands
A full house is a combination of a three-of-a-kind and a pair in the same hand. The player with the higher ranking three-of-a-kind wins.
Four of a-Kind Hands
Four-of-a-kind hands occur when a player has four cards of the same rank and one unrelated card. Four aces are the highest ranking four of a kind in Indian Poker.
Straight Flush Hands
A straight flush hand occurs when a player has five cards in numerical sequence, all of the same suit. The highest-ranking straight flush hand is A-K-Q-J-10 of the same suit.