if that matter, we must take many factors, size bb, place on the table, and also differentiate opponents and their stack, since not always the connectors hands can be good, get into a boat with 10, j to give an example is not a good hand if we take into account several factors, good afternoon to all
Originally Posted by PKPurple
like playing suited connector depending on my position?
A humble opinion nothing more: Unless you are at a very tight table and there is a great possibility that no one goes up, you should avoid playing this type of hands is first pre-flop positions. Before the flop you do not have any project yet, just two cards of the same suit. If you can not get a project on the flop, you must throw your hand.
Once on the flop you only have to play your hand if you have a project, but play it only until the turn and throw yourself at any raise. The middle connectors work better because they can give you open ladder projects, so you can complete them with two cards. Ex: You have 9 ♣ -10 ♣ and the flop is 8 ♠ -J ♠ -Q ♣, you can form the ladder with a 7 or a king. Then good position factors and others, depending on the stack of chips etc etc.