Arrange cards to create the best possible poker hands in each row and column.
– 5 x 5 Grid for creating poker hands.
– The Deck on the left with 1 card turned up.
– 1 Discard Pile on the right – can contain a maximum of 5 cards.
Cards are turned up one at a time. Each card must be placed either in the Grid or in the Waste Pile. Once placed, the cards can never be moved again.
Arrange the cards to form the best possible poker hands. There are 10 poker hands in the grid: 5 rows and 5 columns.
Poker hands are scored as follows:
Royal Flush – 100 Points (Suited Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10)
Straight Flush – 75 Points (5 Suited cards in sequence)
Four of a Kind – 50 Points (4 Cards with the same rank)
Full House – 25 Points (Three of a Kind and a Pair)
Flush – 20 Points (5 Cards with the same suit)
Straight – 15 Points (5 Cards in sequence)
Three of a Kind – 10 Points (3 Cards with the same rank)
2 Pair – 5 Points (2 Pairs of cards with the same rank)
1 Pair – 2 Points (2 Cards with the same rank)
Please note the sequenced cards in a Straight or Straight Flush need not be arranged in order. For example, a 4, 6, 8, 5, 7 will still count as a Straight
A score of 100 Points will win the game.