**Best Poker Hand solution leetcode** – You are given an integer array `ranks`

and a character array `suits`

. You have `5`

cards where the `i`

card has a rank of ^{th}`ranks[i]`

and a suit of `suits[i]`

.

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## [Solution] Best Poker Hand solution leetcode

The following are the types of **poker hands** you can make from best to worst:

`"Flush"`

: Five cards of the same suit.`"Three of a Kind"`

: Three cards of the same rank.`"Pair"`

: Two cards of the same rank.`"High Card"`

: Any single card.

Return *a string representing the best type of poker hand you can make with the given cards.*

**Note** that the return values are **case-sensitive**.

## [Solution] Best Poker Hand solution leetcode

Input:ranks = [13,2,3,1,9], suits = ["a","a","a","a","a"]Output:"Flush"Explanation:The hand with all the cards consists of 5 cards with the same suit, so we have a "Flush".

**Example 2:**

Input:ranks = [4,4,2,4,4], suits = ["d","a","a","b","c"]Output:"Three of a Kind"Explanation:The hand with the first, second, and fourth card consists of 3 cards with the same rank, so we have a "Three of a Kind". Note that we could also make a "Pair" hand but "Three of a Kind" is a better hand. Also note that other cards could be used to make the "Three of a Kind" hand.

**Example 3:**

Input:ranks = [10,10,2,12,9], suits = ["a","b","c","a","d"]Output:"Pair"Explanation:The hand with the first and second card consists of 2 cards with the same rank, so we have a "Pair". Note that we cannot make a "Flush" or a "Three of a Kind".

## [Solution] Best Poker Hand solution leetcode

`ranks.length == suits.length == 5`

`1 <= ranks[i] <= 13`

`'a' <= suits[i] <= 'd'`

- No two cards have the same rank and suit.