A variant of Strait, a.
Composed of cards which constitute a regular sequence, as the ace, king, queen, jack, and ten-spot; as, a straight hand; a straight flush.
A hand of five cards in consecutive order as to value; a sequence. When they are of one suit, it is calles straight flush.
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Five cards in sequential order. ie: J, 10, 9, 8, 7 Straight Draw You need another card to make your straight. You have Q, 10 and the board shows 9, 8, 3.
A hand composed of five cards of consecutive ranks (aces count as high or low). A2345 is a five high straight, or a straight to the five. 789TJ is a jack high straight, or a straight to the jack. TJQKA is an exercise for the reader (but see broadway). In comparing straights, the straight to the higher card wins.
In poker, a hand consisting of five cards of consecutive ranks.
Five cards of consecutive ranking.
A poker hand consisting of 5 cards in order of rank. For example, 45678.
A hand of five cards of consecutive value, such as 7, 8, 9, 10, and Jack.
In poker, a hand consisting of five cards of different suits.
A straight consists of five consecutively-ordered cards that are not suited (they can be any combination of the four suits). An example of a straight is 2-3-4-5-6. The ace can either be high or low, so both A-2-3-4-5 and 10-J-Q-K-A are straights. Wraparounds are not allowed (i.e., K-A-2-3-4 is NOT a straight). When multiple players hold straights, the straight with the highest card(s) wins Thus, K-Q-J-10-9 would beat 5-4-3-2-A. If two straights have the same high card, the next highest card is the deciding factor, and so on. If two straits have exactly the same value, the pot is split.
A hand with 5 cards that have consecutive ranks.
Poker hand in which all five cards are of increasing consecutive rank.
a poker hand with 5 consecutive cards (regardless of suit)
successive (without a break); "sick for five straight days"
a combination of five cards en sequence
a decent hand, still worth being confident over
a five-card sequence that is not of the same suit
a hand in which all of the cards are consecutive
a hand made up of five cards in consecutive order, regardless of which suit they belong to
a hand where cards are in numerical order, but the cards are not of the same suit
a hand with five cards in a row
an 'extremely safe' hand here, regardless of what you're facing
a sequence of cards all listed in order of any suit
a sequence of cards of any suit e
Five cards with consecutive ranks.
A hand that is five cards in a row such as 23456 or TJQKA. An ace may be high or low in a straight but straights cannot go "over the top".
A hand where the five cards have consecutive values, e.g. 4-5-6-7-8 or 10-J-Q-K-A, or A-2-3-4-5. A straight can not go "over the ace", however, as in Q-K-A-2-3.
five poker cards of consecutive ranks.
Five cards of consecutive rank, 98765.
A poker hand that has 5 cards in sequence, but they are not of the same suit. For example this could be 4 of clubs, 5 of hearts, 6 of hearts, 7 of diamonds, and the 8 of clubs.
holding rank cards in rank order but different suits eg 23456 not all the same suit
5 consecutive ranked cards
A hand of any suit where the five cards run from one rank through to four ranks above that, eg: 5c, 6h, 7d, 8s, 9c
is a hand that consists of 5 cards in sequence but not in the suit.
A powerful hand where 5 of your 7 cards run in order. For example 5,6,7,8,9. Straights do not need to be suited cards. If two people have straights the winner is the one with the highest card.
A hand with five consecutive cards.
Five consecutive cards of any suit.. Straight Flush Five consecutive cards of the same suit.
Five sequential cards. For example 10, J, Q, K and A. Suits can be mixed.
Five cards, in sequence, regardless of their suits. If the cards are of the same suit, then you would have a Straight Flush (see above). An Ace can be counted as either a high card, as in a Royal Flush, or as a low card. However, the Ace cannot be used in this fashion: 3, 2, A, K, Q - also known as "turning the corner." The hand with the highest card in its sequence, is the winning hand.
A hand consisting of 5 cards in sequential ranking order. The suits of the cards are of no significance. For example, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
Five cards in a row such as 678910 or 10JQKA. The ace can be high or low and is always the first or last card in the straight. QKA23 is not allowed.
This hand is made by five cards being in a row numerically. The cards can be mixed from any or all of the four suits. The highest straight is Ace-King-Queen-Jack-10.
A hand containing a run of five consecutive cards, but not all the same suit.
Five consecutive ranks of any suit.
Five successive cards of various suits.
Five cards which are consecutive and from the same exact suit.
Five consecutive cards of mixed suits
A straight is five cards of any suit in ascending order. The ace can be either high or low and the high straight wins the tie.
Five cards in numerical sequence form a straight, like six, five, four, three and two. When two or more players have a straight, the one with the highest card wins. If two players have straights with the same highest card, they split the pot. Suits do not matter when determining the strength of a straight. An Ace can play as the highest card, in Ace, King, Queen, Jack, Ten, or the low card in five, four, three, two, Ace. The Ace is the only rank that can be used this way.
A run of cards that can be handily arranged in a sequential order with no gaps (ie: 2,3,4,5,6 or 9,8,7,10,J).
Five cards not in the same suit in an unbroken sequence like 3h 5s 6s 4h 7h.
Five cards of consecutive ranks or in sequence.
Five sequential cards of any suit.
Five consecutive cards that can be any suit ex: 4H, 5S, 6D, 7C, 8H
Five cards in consecutive rank.
A straight is 5 cards in sequence, but not in the same suit.
A completed poker hand of five cards in sequence, such as T-J-Q-K-A. The ace can also make a five-high straight, known as a wheel. Beats three of kind, but not a flush. See hand rankings.
The hand is five cards in sequence, suit is not important.. Example: For more hands view our poker hand ranking turorial .
five cards in sequence. See hand rankings section
a hand in Poker consisting of five cards of consecutive rank but of mixed suits.
a poker term for a hand including a set of cards of subsequent ranks.
5 cards in a sequence: AKQJT
A hand made of five consecutive cards that are not the same suit.
A hand consisting of 5 cards in sequence but not of the same suit.
Consists of any five cards of two or more suits in sequence of rank, with the ace ranking either high in sequence or low in the sequence. One does not need to have an ace to have a straight, of course: any five cards in a row will do.
A poker hand consisting of 5 cards whose ranks form a sequence. The highest possible straight is AKQJT (Broadway) and the lowest straight is 54321 (the wheel). See also: Straight Flush.
A poker hand with five sequential cards. In Hold'Em, Aces can be high or low.
A poker hand containing five consecutive cards of any suit such as 6d- 7h- 8d- 9s- 10c. An ace can be either high or low but the ace high straight is the strongest straight.
Five consecutive cards. An ace can be high or low. In a contest among players holding straights, the hand with the highest top card wins.
Five consecutive cards of different suits
Any five consecutive cards of a different suit. In this case, the ace can count as a one or an ace. (Ace, two, three, four, five)
Five cards in sequence, but not of the same suit. See Rankings of Poker Hands.
A hand that consists of five cards of consequent ranks.
Hand of five consecutive cards which are not all the same suit.
Five cards in sequence (e.g. 9,10, J, Q, K). When more than one straight is competing, the one with the highest card wins. An ace can be taken as either high or low (but not both high and low in the same hand).
5 Cards in consecutive order, not of the same suit.
Five sequential cards. For example 8, 9, 10, J, Q. Suits can be mixed.
Five numerically sequential cards of different suits.
A poker hand consisting of five cards of consecutive rank. For example, 8-7-6-5-4.
A five-card hand in rank order where suit doesnâ€™t matter â€“ for example, 8, 9, 10, J, Q of different suits.
Any five cards in subsequent order 4 to 1
A hand consisting of cards of consecutive rank, e.g. 7 10.
Five cards in sequence, but not in the same suit. A straight is a hand where all of the cards are consecutive. There is no continuative quality to this poker hand a straight cannot wrap around meaning it is not a straight if you have a Queen, King, Ace, Two or Three. Standard poker rules state that in the case of more than one straight, the higher straight wins, In case of straights that tie, the pot is split.
Five cards in numerical sequence, but of different suit.
Five cards in ranked sequence. Tied Hand: If two or more exist at showdown, the highest ranked card at the top of the sequence wins the pot. If two or more exactly ranked straights exist, the pot is split.
A straight consists of 5 cards in order, such as 4-5-6-7-8. An ace may either be high (A-K-Q-J-T) or low (5-4-3-2-A). When straights tie, the highest straight wins. If two straights have the same value they split the pot.
Five cards in sequence. Aces may be used either high or low.
Five consecutive cards of any suite. (i.e., A2345 or 45678)
Five cards not in the same suit in an unbroken sequence like 3h, 4s, 5s, 6h, 7h.
Any 5 cards in consecutive value that are NOT of the same suit.
A hand with all five cards in sequence but not all in one suit
Any five cards of mixed suit in sequence.
a hand of five cards of consecutive value, e.g. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, irrespective of suit; an Ace cannot count as both low and high, as in e.g. Q, K, A, 2, 3
5 Cards of different suits in sequence. Example: 3,4,5,6,7
Five cards in sequence. An ace can be used both in the lowest straight A,2,3,4,5 and the highest 10,J,Q,K,A.
In Poker, five consecutive denomination cards of different suit.
Five sequenced cards, not of the same suit. For example: or The latter hand is less valuable than the former hand because its sequence starts with a lower card.
A poker hand consisting of five cards in a straight rank order. E.g. 4-5-6-7-8.
Five cards in a hand which are all in sequence.
n. A hand consisting of 5 cards in sequence but not in suit.
A hand containing five cards in sequence (I.E. 2-3-4-5-6).
Any 5 cards in sequential rank.
Five consecutive cards, not all of the same suit. An ace may be either high or low for a straight. See Poker hand rankings.
Five consecutive cards, but not of the same suit. For purposes of a straight, the ace can be the lowest or highest card of a straight sequence, such as 5432AorAKQJ10.
A hand with five cards in sequence, but not in the same suit. The ace may count as a one or an ace however the ace cannot wrap around meaning it is not a straight if you have a queen, king, ace, two or three. Ties on a straight are broken by the hand with the higher ranking card. In case of straights that tie, the pot is split.
A Poker Hand consisting of 5 consecutive cards, for example, 9-10-J-Q-K.
hand which has five consecutive ranked cards (relevant to poker)
Five cards in sequence of mixed suits. Ace can be high or low. "Around the corner" straights like 32AKQ are usually not allowed in online poker. 1 chance in 250 hands.
Poker hand consisting of five consecutive non-suited cards.
A hand in which the player has five cards in rank order. Suit does not matter.
Five cards of assorted suits in ascending order. 1 chance in 250 hands.
5 consecutive cards of different suits.
In video poker or poker , a hand that has five (5) cards that have consecutive ranks.
Five cards in sequence, such as three, four, five, six, seven, but not of the same suit.
A hand of five cards in sequence but not of the same suit. If two or more straights compete the highest value card at the top of the sequence wins.
Five cards of consecutive rank, with mixed suits.
Five cards in sequence. Cards can be in any suit. An Ace can be used in the highest straight (10, J, Q, K, A) and the lowest straight (A, 2, 3, 4, 5).
Five card hand in rank order where suit does not matter. Example: 7,8,9,10 and J of different suits.
A straight is 5 cards in order. i.e. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 9, 10, J, Q, K. The suits are of no relevance to the hand, if all 5 cards are of the same suit the straight becomes a straight flush.