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Given various poker hands as arguments, print what type of hand each argument is.

The list of hands in ranking order are as follows:

Royal FlushπŸƒπŸƒŽπŸƒπŸƒ‹πŸƒŠTen to Ace of the same suit
Straight FlushπŸƒ›πŸƒšπŸƒ™πŸƒ˜πŸƒ—Five consecutive cards of the same suit
Four of a KindπŸƒ•πŸƒ…πŸ‚΅πŸ‚₯πŸƒ‚Four cards of the same rank
Full HouseπŸ‚¦πŸ‚ΆπŸƒ†πŸƒžπŸ‚ΎThree of a Kind combined with a Pair
FlushπŸƒ‹πŸƒ‰πŸƒˆπŸƒ„πŸƒƒFive cards of the same suit
StraightπŸƒŠπŸ‚©πŸ‚ΈπŸƒ‡πŸƒ–Five consecutive cards
Three of a KindπŸƒπŸ‚­πŸ‚½πŸ‚ΉπŸ‚’Three cards of the same rank
Two PairπŸ‚»πŸ‚«πŸƒ“πŸ‚£πŸ‚²Two separate pairs
PairπŸ‚ͺπŸ‚ΊπŸ‚¨πŸ‚·πŸƒ”Two cards of the same rank
High CardπŸƒŽπŸƒπŸ‚§πŸ‚€πŸ‚³No other hand applies
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