A poker hand such as 2♦ 2♠ 2♥ K♠ 6♠, which contains three cards of the same rank, plus two unmatched cards. Also called "trips", or "a set". Ranks above two pair and below a straight.
Between two such hands, the hand with the higher ranking matched set wins. If both have the same matched set (this is possible only in games with wild cards or community cards), then the kickerss are compared to break the tie.
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A poker hand such as 2d 2s 2h Ks 6s, which contains three cards of the same rank, plus two unmatched cards. Also called "trips", or "a set". Ranks above Two pair and below a Straight.
Between two such hands, the hand with the higher ranking matched set wins. If both have the same matched set (this is possible only in games with Wild cardss or Community cardss), then the Kickerss are compared to break the tie.
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