dotStraightFlush: dotStraightFlush In poker: Play Texas Hold Em Poker

Description

Determine the player with the highest straight flush.

Usage

 `1` ```dotStraightFlush(nPlayers, cards, score) ```

Arguments

`nPlayers`

number of hands as integer in {2, ... , 9}

`cards`

:

 the 7 card hand as matrix[nPlayers, 14] col1: rank of card 1 in {2, ... , 14} col2: suit of card 1 in {1, 2, 3, 4} col3: rank of card 2 col4: suit of card 2 . . . col13: rank of card 7 col14: suit of card 7
`score`

:

 the score of the hand in absolute terms as vector[nPlayers] 9 = Straight Flush 8 = Four of a Kind 7 = Full House 6 = Flush 5 = Straight 4 = Three of a Kind 3 = Two Pair 2 = One Pair 1 = High Card

Value

winner : absolute position of the winner as vector

`dotTransformToNumber` and `dotStraightFlushRanker`
 ``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12``` ```cards <- c(8,13,5,1,1,4,6,2,2,2,3,4,14,14,14,2,2,2,9,9,9,1,1,1,10,10,10) cards <- c(cards,1,1,1,11,11,11,1,1,1,12,12,12,1,1,1) cards <- matrix(cards,nrow=3,ncol=14); cards score <- showdown(cards); score nPlayers <- nrow(cards); nPlayers dotStraightFlush(nPlayers,cards,score) cards <- c(1,1,3,4,2,2,3,4,8,8,1,1,9,9,1,1,10,10,1,1,11,11,1,1,12,12,1,1) cards <- matrix(cards,nrow=2,ncol=14); cards score <- showdown(cards); score nPlayers <- nrow(cards); nPlayers dotStraightFlush(nPlayers,cards,score) ```