The Flush will make your heart thump! The Flush takes upland hunting and the work of Pheasants Forever to new heights on Outdoor Channel. Emmy award-winning hosts Bill Sherck and Ron Schara team up to guide viewers on some of North America's most profound and most exciting hunts. Each trip highlights the work and dedication of Pheasants Forever supporters and promotes the mission of the nation's most efficient conservation organization. Be prepared to be surprised! The Flush documents bird hunts like you've never seen before!
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Flush - List of poker hands - Netflix
In poker, players construct sets of five playing cards, called hands, according to the rules of the game being played. Each hand has a rank, which is compared against the ranks of other hands participating in the showdown to determine who wins the pot. In high games, like Texas hold 'em and seven-card stud, the highest-ranking hands win. In low games, like razz, the lowest-ranking hands win. In high-low split games, both the highest-ranking and lowest-ranking hands win, though different rules are used to rank the high and low hands. Each hand falls into a hand-ranking category determined by the patterns formed by its cards. Hands in a higher-ranking category always rank higher than hands in a lower-ranking category. Hands in the same category are ranked relative to each other by comparing the ranks of their respective cards. Suits are not ranked in poker, so hands in the same category that differ by suit alone are of equal rank. Cards in poker are ranked, from highest to lowest: A, K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3 and 2. However, aces have the lowest rank under high rules when forming part of a five-high straight or straight flush, or when playing ace-to-five low or ace-to-six low rules. There are nine hand-ranking categories when using a standard 52-card deck, except under ace-to-five low rules where straights, flushes and straight flushes are not recognized. An additional category, five of a kind, is introduced when using one or more wild cards. The fewer hands a category contains, the higher its rank. There are 311,875,200 ways to deal five cards from the deck but only 2,598,960 distinct hands, because the order in which cards are dealt or arranged in a hand does not matter. Moreover, since hands differing only by suit are of equal rank, there are only 7,462 distinct hand ranks when using nine hand categories.
The Flush - Two pair - Netflix
Two pair is a poker hand containing two cards of the same rank, two cards of another rank and one card of a third rank (the kicker), such as J♥ J♣ 4♣ 4♠ 9♥ (“two pair, jacks and fours” or “two pair, jacks over fours” or “jacks up”). It ranks below three of a kind and above one pair. There are 123,552 possible two pair hands and 858 distinct ranks of two pair when using a standard 52-card deck. Each two pair is ranked first by the rank of its highest-ranking pair, then by the rank of its lowest-ranking pair, and finally by the rank of its kicker. For example, 10♦ 10♠ 2♠ 2♣ K♣ ranks higher than 5♣ 5♠ 4♦ 4♥ 10♥, which ranks higher than 5♣ 5♠ 3♣ 3♦ Q♠, which ranks higher than 5♣ 5♠ 3♣ 3♦ J♠. Two pair hands that differ by suit alone, such as K♦ K♠ 7♦ 7♥ 8♥ and K♣ K♠ 7♣ 7♥ 8♣, are of equal rank.
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