There are times when I believe that suited connectors were created exclusively to crack aces.. I'll admit when I first started playing I didn't get the whole strategy behind playing connectors.. Now I love when I'm facing a raise and a few callers in front of me and I look down at 6 7 or 8 9 suited.. I'll call gladly (as long as it won't put a sizeable dent in my stack) because of the huge implied odds
if I hit my hand.. Plus the fact that others have mentioned before that they are easy to get away from and after the flop you know where you are.. Do you have a straight draw?, Flush draw?.. Straight flush draw?.. two pair?.. Trips?.. So many possiblilities there that it's well worth it to take a shot and hope you hit the flop.. If you do you can put a sizeable dent in your opponents stack because we all know how hard Aces are to let go of..