Sequential hole cards of the same suit, i.e., 10h, Jh.
Consecutive cards that are of the same suit, ie. the 5 and 6 of diamonds.
Two consecutive cards of the same suit.
Hole cards of sequence in rank, like 7-8, and also of the same suit.
Holding two cards that are of the same suit and sequentially ordered. i.e. - 7, 8 of hearts.
Two cards that are of the same face value, and are also in numerical order.
Sequential hole cards in the same suit. For example 10h, Jh
Two cards that are consecutive in rank and of the same suit.
Sequential hole cards of the same suit such as 8 of spades and 9 of spades.
Sequentially ranked hole cards in the same suit. e.g. 9h8h
A poker starting hand that has two running cards of the same suit (e.g. 10h-Jh).
A starting poker hand in which your two hole cards are only one rank apart and are of the same suit
Starting cards (hole or pocket) that are consecutive numbers and the same suit (KH-AH or 4D-5D)
consecutively ranked cards and of the same suit that can help a player make a straight or a flush.
Consecutive cards of the same suit in your hand. Example 7-8 of hearts are suited connectors. These can be powerful hands when played properly but also can be troublesome to play. Chippy says leave these to the experienced player to play.
Two pocket cards of the same suit in sequence. (Ex. 8H-9H)
Cards of the same suit sequenced in rank, such as a nine and an eight of hearts or a queen and a jack of clubs.
Suited connectors is a poker term referring to pocket cards which are of the same suit and consecutive in rank. Example: A♠ 2♠, Q♥ J♥, 5♦ 4♦. In Texas hold'em, suited connectors play well against multiple players when they can see the flop cheaply.