In poker, a four-of-a-kind hand, often known as quads, is a five-card combination made up of four cards of the same rank. Consider the following: you have four Kings, or three Kings and a Joker (wild card). Although four kings is considered an unstoppable hand in most poker variants, it is still possible to lose even when holding four kings.
To begin building a four of a kind hand, most players need at least two cards of the same rank in their hand, since it is highly uncommon to receive quads at the beginning of the game. Eventually, they reach for the deck for a third and fourth card. Nearly every hand favors players who have four of a kind, but there is one specific combination that can defeat quads: a straight flush. Quads are a very strong hand, but they are exceedingly tough to acquire, particularly in Texas Hold ’em. It’s worth noting that the odds of getting a four-of-a-kind hand are lower when the wild card is in play. With Joker in play, four of a kind hands come considerably more easily.
And what happens if two players both have a four of a kind? Yes, it’s a challenging issue indeed. Nonetheless, there is a rule in place right now as well. Whenever this occurs, the victor is the one who has more quads. It’s easy to see how 4 Queens would triumph against 4 Jacks in this case. However, if all players end up with identical quads, they might consider themselves exceedingly fortunate (or unlucky) and divide the prize accordingly.