Cards that are not of the same suit.
No flush present, or cards showing of different suits. In Texas Hold'em if you say "I had Ace King off suit" you mean the Ace was a different suit than the king.
Starting hand with cards of different suits. eg. 8 of hearts and 7 of diamonds
Cards with different suits, usually referring to hole cards such as 10 of spades and J of hearts.
A hold'em starting hand in which the two cards are of different suits.
Cards of different suits, e.g., 9h5s.
Cards that are of different suits. In hold'em this term is generally used when describing your hole cards, for example a hand of J(H) 9(S) would be called a “Jack-Nine Off Suit
Cards with different suits, usually referring to hole cards. For example 8c, 9s might be called 8, 9 off suit.
A term used to describe a hand with cards that are of different suits
When the two pocket cards are of different suits.
A number of cards, usually 2, of different suits.
A playerâ€(tm)s hole cards are described as â€˜off suitâ€(tm) if they are of varying suits.
Cards with different suits usually referred to as Hole cards.