The odds of getting a full house and a straight flush are determined by the ranking of the standard poker hands. Usually, a full house has three of a kind and a pair, while a straight flush has five of a kind. In addition, a full house is not a winning hand if the first two cards in the sequence are not the same suit. A straight flush, however, can win if all five of the cards in the sequence are the same suit.

In a game of poker, the highest-ranking hand wins the pot. The aim is to accumulate the most chips possible in a single round, until all other players have been eliminated. The winner of the game is the player with the highest hand; in the event of a draw, the pot is split equally between the players. This means that the higher-ranking hand is the best. However, it is not always possible to win if you have the best hand.

A high-ranking hand has two different suits. The highest-ranking hand wins when it has a high pair, while the lowest-ranking hand wins if both hands have a pair. The high card of a hand breaks a tie if no one has a pair or two. A high pair also breaks a tie if more than one person holds the same suit. Similarly, a high hand can have two or three of the same type.