Integrate values into your life – quietly and unobtrusively. You are the person who multiplies values. Without you there would be no now* and here* with you. With the international poker hand countless games can be played. Here are some examples:

Children or -adult games.
Poker, Black Jack, Skat, 17 and 4, Bridge, Doppelkopf, Rummy, Gaigel, Tarock, Schafkopf, Canaster, Watten, TAK TAK, Mau Mau, UNO*, Patience, Solitaire, …

In most card games, all four suits are of equal value. The value of the suits in Bridge (descending): Spades (♠) – Hearts (♥) – Diamonds (♦) – Clubs (♣). The value of the colors in Skat (descending): Clubs (♣) – Spades (♠) – Hearts (♥) – Diamonds (♦).


TAK TAK is an international entertainment game with the goal of being the first to discard all cards. A dealer shuffles all the cards and lets take off once. Each player receives 5 cards. The remaining cards are placed face down on the table as a stack. The top card is turned face up. Clockwise, each player, starting with the player to the left of the dealer, puts down a card if it is either the same value or the same suit. If he does not have a matching card, he must pick up a card. If this card matches, he may discard it. If not, he must sit out. When all the cards in the deck have been used up, the discarded cards are shuffled and placed face down in a pile on the table. Action cards: 7 – If a 7 is played, the next player must take 2 cards. If that player can add a 7, the next player must pick up 4 cards, etc. 8 – On an 8, the next player must sit out once. Jack / Joker – A Jack or Joker may always be laid, regardless of suit or value. In addition, the player wishes a color from the next player. End of the game: The second to last card is placed by a player with the remark “TAK”. The last card is placed by a player with the remark “TAK TAK”. If this is forgotten, the player must take two cards. The game is won by the player who has won the most rounds.


To win at poker, you must either bluff your opponents or hold the best hand at the end (also known as a “showdown”). Poker is all about making the best possible five-card hand. Your hand can range from a high card to a royal flush.

What are the cards called in poker?

They include the four suits Clubs, Spades, Hearts and Diamonds, as well as the cards 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace. In addition, each card set also contains 3 jokers, so the sets can also be used for games like rummy.

Ranking of poker hands

Here is a look at the best possible hands that can be utilized in common poker rules, in descending order: 

1. Royal Flush: This hand is the rarest in poker. This is when you make a straight of ten to an ace, all in the same suit, like A♦K♦Q♦J♦T♦.
2. Straight Flush: Five consecutive cards of different suits, like 8♠7♠6♠5♠4♠, then you have a straight flush.
3. Four of a Kind: The name says it all! If you have all four of the same card, like A♠4♠4♣4♥4♦, then you have a Four of a Kind!
4. Full House: also known as “Boat”, if you have, for example, three of a kind together with a pair: A♦A♣A♥J♥J♠ (three of one, two of the other).
5. Flush: In poker, there are four suits (diamonds, hearts, spades and clubs). If you have five cards in the same suit, you have a flush. An example might be A♥J♥8♥4♥2♥.
6. Straight: Five consecutive cards of different suits, such as 8♥7♣6♦5♦4♠, is a straight. An A-2-3-4-5 straight is called a “wheel,” while 10-J-Q-K-A is called a “Broadway.”
7. Three of a Kind: Whenever you have three of a kind, like A♠K♥5♠5♦5♣, you have three of a kind. If you make a triplet with a pair in the pocket and one on the board, it is “one triplet”. If you form it with two on the board and one card in the pocket, it is called “trips”.
8. Two pairs: Is when you have not one, but two pairs. The fifth card is your kicker. For example, if you have A♣K♥5♠5♦, you have kings and fives with an ace kicker.
9. A pair: there are thirteen different cards of each suit. Whenever you play in pairs, it’s called a pair. For example, A♦A♣7♠4♠2♣2 is a pair of aces.
10. High Card: If no one can make a ranked hand (different suits, unrelated, unpaired), it comes down to your high card(s). If you have A♣Q♦9♥6♣3♦, then you have Ace-Queenhigh.

What is the difference between poker and Texas Holdem?

The first difference between Omaha poker and Texas Hold’em poker is the number of pocket cards each player receives before the flop. In Texas Hold’em, each player receives two cards. In Omaha poker, however, each player receives four pocket cards.

Which is stronger flush or three of a kind?
However, if the suits of the five cards are identical, it is called a straight flush. The hand is stronger than three of a kind and weaker than a flush. If there are two straights in circulation, the highest card is used. If this is equal, there is a split pot.

What are blinds?
The blinds in poker are mandatory bets that must be placed in the pot before any cards are dealt. These “legal bets” are paid by the players occupying the “small blind” and “big blind” positions at the table.

What beats full house?
A full house is the third best hand in poker hand rankings. Only a straight flush and four of a kind rank higher. As such, this is a very strong hand in Hold’em that is rarely beaten on the river. However, there are still many lower ranked hands.

Can you fold in poker?
A game consists of four rounds: preflop, flop, turn and river. In each of these rounds, players place their bets in clockwise order. There are basically four ways to bet: you can fold, check, call or raise.

Who starts in Texas Holdem?
Game action begins with the player to the left of the BB (Big Blind). Play then proceeds clockwise with the BB as the last player. Before the flop, players have the choice of folding, calling, or raising.

Can the big blind raise in the first round?
The fixed bet is one big blind in the first two betting rounds and two big blinds in the last two rounds. Increases then also amount to one big blind or two big blinds.

What is the royal flush?

The royal flush in poker. The royal flush is at the top of the list of poker hands. It is the strongest hand in poker and cannot be beaten. It is formed when we have an ace-high straight and all the cards are the same suit.

Why can poker be addictive?

The high game frequency has a great potential for addiction. This also applies to anonymity, which makes social control difficult. Even the money flows at the push of a button, you don’t really have to touch a note. The providers market gambling as a sporting event and thus play it down.


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