Four of a kind, often known as “quads,” is a five-card poker combination consisting of four identical cards. For instance, you have four kings in your hand, or three kings and a joker (wild card) if you are using a joker. In the majority of poker games, four kings is regarded a virtually unbeatable hand, however success is not always certain with this hand.
Quads are relatively uncommon at the beginning of the game, therefore the majority of players begin accumulating four of a kind with at least two cards of the same rank. They subsequently attempt to get the third and fourth cards. Players with four of a type are very certain to win, but a straight flush is the only precise combination that can overcome quads. However, quads are very tough to get, particularly in Texas Hold’em. It is also crucial to note that the frequency of four-of-a-kind hands drops when the wild card is included. When the Joker is in play, it is significantly simpler to get quads.
What if, however, two players get four of a kind? Obviously, this is an almost difficult position. However, there is also a regulation for this occasion. In such a circumstance, the winner will be the one with the highest quads. For instance, four Queens would defeat four Jacks. However, if players get the exact same quads, they might consider themselves exceptionally fortunate (or unfortunate) and divide the prize.