No harm, no foul. I am the only person that made the connecting card comparison, so I figured it was mine.
As far as playing the hand J-10 goes, I myself play it with some frequency and win a good bit of money doing so. But I also win pots with pocket deuces, 6-7s, 7-8s, 9-10os, hell, ill play 2-9 or some crazy shit like that if I know I can get away with it by betting strong and not being forced to show it down. I play a very different style of poker than my advice would indicate. I just don't have the time when someone asks a question like this one to go into great detail about every different situation where J-10 can be a good hand to crack a large pocket pair. I don't have that much time, and I feel I will be doing a disservice to the newbie asking for help than an actual service.
When I am posting in the Strategy section, I just assume that the individual is in the early stages of their learning curve and I give them advice accordingly. Good solid beginning to intermediate strategy is never something that can hurt their game, but me saying that I will bet out J-10 before the flop on some occasions with a good read of the table and a few players in the pot so I have pot odds
, may hurt their performance. If they aren't sure when and where to make these moves they can lose big. So I don't even go into it here most times.
If I get the feeling that the poster (from reading previous posts or name recognition) that he/she is on a level playing field with me, I will take the time to give the advice that I would, myself, adhere to.