Suits Ranking


This is how the suits ranking is.

Suits have no value or meaning in poker. There are four suits: Spades, Hearts, Diamonds and Clubs to a standard deck of cards. There are 13 cards in a suit.

Note:
Suits never break a tie for winning the pot, but break ties between cards of the same ranking.

Here are instances where suits come into play if there are ties between cards of the same ranking.

In Seven-Card Stud and Stud eight-or-better to decide the bring-in hand, where the player with the lowest card must start the action.

In Razz to decide the bring-in hand, where the player with the highest card must start the action.

In a game with a split pot as in Seven-Card Stud, where the player with the highest card receives the Odd chip.

At the start of button type games to see where the dealer button is being placed, player with the highest card wins.

Therefore I will rank the suits for you in two different formats.

From high to low:

Suits Ranking, Poker

Spades, Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs.

Example:

In Razz to decide the bring-in hand, the highest card (tie by suit) starts the action. The highest suit is Spades here.

From low to high (Alphabetically):

Suits Ranking, Poker

Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts, Spades.

Example:

In Stud to decide the bring-in hand, the lowest card (tie by suit) starts the action. The lowest suit is Clubs here.




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