Can you have Jack Queen King Ace two straight?

Can you have Jack Queen King Ace two straight?

An ace can be the lowest card of a straight (ace, 2, 3, 4, 5) or the highest card of a straight (ten, jack, queen, king, ace), but a straight can't "wrap around"; a hand with queen, king, ace, 2, 3 would be worthless (unless it's a flush).

Does 2 Aces Beat 3 Queens?

Unfortunately the two aces are not going to beat 3 jacks. Three of any card will always beat a pair, unless you're playing with jokers and you have one in your hand. You then would have to have a higher numbered card than your opponent.

Does pocket aces beat 2 pairs?

Higher cards always beat lower cards, for example, a pair of aces beats a pair of kings, and a flush with a king beats a flush whose highest card is a Queen. When two players have two pair, the highest pairs are considered, for example, aces up always beats kings up, no matter the other pairs.

Does 2 Aces Beat 3 of a kind?

No, two aces is just a pair and three of a kind – no matter if they are 3 twos or 3 kings – a three of a kind beat a pair every time.