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Re: Suited connectors

Postby Refereall84 » Sat Nov 12, 2005 6:11 pm

I like to play any coectors. the best ones for me is 10 jack.
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Postby Alicibuse » Sun Nov 13, 2005 4:37 pm

I like suited connectors. Tho, I won't go as far as you did and say more than AA or KK.  Gotta love best hands.  I also, won't raise with suited connectors, but will more often call a raise with a lot of callers.  These guys are most likely fishing for the same outs, and you are after a whole different set of outs.  It's better to play them with a lot of action, instead of heads up.
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Postby Satere1966 » Sun Nov 13, 2005 4:40 pm

I think most people are fans of suited connecters. They give endless possibilities. Having said thast i rarely play with the lower ones from 2-6 8,9 or 10j are the ones i like seeing. It all does depend on what position you're playing from.
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Postby Whisonds92 » Sun Nov 27, 2005 12:42 am

9, 10 are definetly my favorite suited connectors. I always have good luck with them and the odd time I don't play them I usually regret it because they would have won. It is also the hand that will beat aa more than any other.
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Postby Drinnera » Sun Nov 27, 2005 2:23 pm

suited connectors never pay off for me
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suited connectors

Postby Peons1993 » Sun Nov 27, 2005 6:19 pm

these are good hands to play.  but again it depends on table position.  if your first to act and you have a high connect such as j10 or higher, then you may want to raise so that someone else who may have a decent limp-in hand will get out of the way.  plus by doing so it makes it harder for someone else to put you on a hand, most likely raising pre-flop you would either have an A 10 or better, or possible even middle pockets.  but by raising with j10 you may hit your hand and rake a big pot from someone thinking you are bluffing on high cards b/c you didn't hit your Ace.  however if you are in late position and you have been raised with more than 2 callers you should fold, most likely you are behind by more than 1 person in the hand and are only looking to suck out.
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Postby Pubjer2 » Sun Jan 01, 2006 7:03 pm

i would have to agree with ya irongirl... suited connnecters are only profitable in pots with at least 5 or 6.. i was told i was a bad player because i called a substantial raise with 8 6o when there was six players in a huge pot and i just had a good feeling, and sure enough i hit two pair and took down the pot.... there are also really dangerous but i find i always either win a huge pot or lose a small one when i play them.. so in the long run i come out ahead
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Postby Sawrome » Sun Jan 22, 2006 6:55 pm

Suited connectors rock! Yippee!
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Postby Couser » Sun Feb 05, 2006 6:02 am

gotta see that flop with suited conect.slow play them .
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Suited Connectors

Postby Iniently » Sun Feb 05, 2006 4:59 pm

Suited connectors are probably my favorite just because you can hit a striaght or flush. If they are high well now you got something to work with. Call around until you hit your hand and let them bit last and then raise them big time. :s  :h  :c  :d
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Postby Laire1982 » Sun Feb 05, 2006 5:28 pm

I myself don't play suited connectors very often and won't play suited connectors under 67.  I will only play them if I have the chance to limp in the pot with them.  If I am on a table of good players that I know are only playing good hands such as two overs and get 3or4 players in a hand I may enter the pot then with suited connectors.  The reason is pretty simple, If your playing with 3/4 good players who you know will only play good hands yo haft to assume that some of them will be using each others outs and helping your odds of connecting your mid cards.  I do not however recommend to play these cards at anytime unless you can risk to lose chips.

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