Originally Posted by xdmanx007
The most important aspect of playing high suited connectors is "table position'! Late position you can play some early position you fold because you hand can not be played profitably against a raise as a general rule anyway.
The man's a genius, listen to him.
I only ever play them in late position when you can limp in. When you hit your flush make sure you watch for someone who may have a higher one though. A lot of people will go in a pot with any face card and another card suited. It's a bad play, but without bad poker players no one would make any money.
If the table folds around to you in late position, make a small raise. You may have the best hand so far.
Mind you, this advice is for a tourney. Generally playing very tight aggressive will profit you most in ring games, so I usually won't play a suited connecter under 8-9. And still only in mid to late position.