Does 2 beat ace in war?
The ranking of the cards is from ace (high) down to six (low), except that a six beats an ace. (If you played with 52 cards it would be the 2, not the 6, that would beat the ace.) If there is a tie for highest then either: everybody puts a new card face up on top of the card they played the previous trick, or.
Does a straight beat 2 pairs?
The higher the rank of your hand the better, because two pairs always beats one pair, and a flush always beats a straight. When two or more players have a hand of the same rank, then there are more ways to determine the best hand.
Does a 3 of a kind beat a straight?
In games using standard poker hand rankings, both three-of-a-kind and straights are quite strong hands. But which one is best in a head-to-head showdown? The simple answer is: no, three-of-a-kind does not beat a straight.
What if there is a straight on the table?
A player with the highest rank of straight wins. If both players have the straight of the same rank, then the pot is split. This holds true, of course, if none of them has a higher ranking hand than a straight.