Four of a kind
This is simply four cards of the same value. If two or more hands qualify, the hand that wins the game is the one with the higher rank four of a kind. If in some strange game with lots of wild cards, there are two four of a kinds that has the same rank, then the one that will win is the highest card outside the four of a kind.
This is a three of a kind and a pair, such as K-K-K-5-5. Ties are broken first by the three of a kind, then pair. Thus, K-K-K-2-2 stores Q-Q-Q-A-A, wherein Q-Q-Q-J-J beats.
Three of a kind
Three cards of any rank, combined with two cards that are not a couple. Again, the highest three of a kind wins.
This is a hand where all cards follow the same suit, such as J-8-5-3-2, which they are of spades.
This is 5 cards in order; an example is 4-5-6-7-8. An ace can be either low (5-4-3-2-1) or high (A K Q J T). However, it may not ‘wraparound’.
This is two different pairs of a card with another 5th card. The second pair wins when both hands have the same high pair. If both hands have the same pairs too, the highest card wins.
This is a hand which cannot be recognized as one of the above hands. If nobody possesses a pair or better, the highest card wins. When lots of people tie for the highest card, the next card they look is the second highest, then the third highest, etc.