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It is a single table tournament with a maximum of ten players where all the players start with the same number of chips. The antes and blinds increase over time. Players are knocked out of the tournament when they lose all of their chips. The winner is the last person left with all the chips.
It is a tournament with more than one table where players start with a fixed number of chips and compete for one another s chips as the blinds and/or antes increase incrementally. Players are knocked out of the tournament when they lose all of their chips. As players are eliminated, remaining players are re-assigned to seats on other tables to keep tables full and even with one another until there is a final table. The winner is the last person left with all the chips.
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2. Straight flush
Five cards in a sequence, all in the same suit.
3. Four of a kind
All four cards of the same rank.
4. Full house
Three of a kind with a pair.
Any five cards of the same suit, but not in a sequence.
Five cards in a sequence, but not of the same suit.
7. Three of a kind
Three cards of the same rank.
8. Two pair
Two different pairs.
Two cards of the same rank.
10. High Card
When you haven’t made any of the hands above, the highest card plays.
In the example below, the jack plays as the highest card.
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