Using the 52 card standard deck, players form a poker hand using their cards and make a wager. If no other player calls, the highest hand wins the pot. The game is played with a group of players around an oval or circular table.

The player who receives the jacks-or-betters card becomes the first dealer. He or she deals the cards to other players one at a time in rotation.

The most important card in a poker hand is the highest card in the deck, which can be an ace, a king, or a deuce. These cards may be discarded to improve the hand, but the best hand wins. The highest card is the card with the highest value.

A hand that is made up of a single pair and a fifth card in a row is called a flush. A pair of kings is not bad off the deal, but a pair of kings full of Kings is very hard to beat if you bet immediately.

A pair of kings full of Kings is not the best hand in the world, but it is a good hand in poker. It beats a full house and a straight flush.

Poker has skill when there is no risk. If you have a pair of kings full of kings, you may be able to beat a flopped full house, but a pair of kings paired with the ace is hard to beat.