Glossary

Suited connectors

Suited connectors are sequential cards such as 87, 54 or 32, which are also suited. Other types include one gap connectors, such as 53 or 86, which are separated by two card values, as well as two gap connectors such as 52 or 96, which are three values apart.

The strength of connectors is that they can become straight draws more easily than unconnected cards and the closer they are to each other, the more opportunities there are for straight draws. Unlike off-suited connectors, which have different suits, suited connectors also have the advantage of becoming a strong flush draw more easily.

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Related topics:

Connectors, Straight, Flush, Draw