So from the weakest to the strongest, we first have the “High Card.” This is when you have no combination. You make a mix of the five best cards knowing that the Ace card is the strongest, followed by the King. So a good combination for High Card would be Ace, King, Jack, nine, eight.
Above the High Card, we have the “One Pair,” which consists of two similar cards, and of course, if you have a pair of three and your opponent has a pair of eight, they have a better pair than you, and they win the roll; quite logical.
Next, we have the “Two Pair,” which includes two pairs, for instance, two six and two eights or two Aces and two Kings. We then have the “Three of a kind,” which includes three similar cards. For instance, you might start your turn with two eights in your hand, and the five cards on the board are Ace, eight, six, two, three. Therefore you have a three-of-a-kind-eight. Your final combination of five cards is eight, eight, eight, Ace, Six. If at the same time, your opponent has a pair of three in their hand, they also have a three of a kind, but since their final combination will be three, three, three, Ace, eight, your combination remains stronger than theirs; thus, you win the round and their coins.
Above that, we have the “Straight,” a succession of five cards, for example, three, four, five, six, seven, knowing that Ace is a top card and a low card in rank. This means that the weakest succession in dominoqq would be Ace, two, three, four, five, Ace being a one, and the strongest sequence would be ten, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace.