word type: adjective

  1. A pocket pair of the same suit. For example, two hearts, two spades, two diamonds, or two clubs. Also used in conjunction with the phrase "suited connector," which refers to hole cards that are both suited and sequential in rank, such as 10-J of hearts.

Unrecognized Genius

I don't play any two suited cards. I play any two non-suited cards. That way I am drawing to two different flushes. -Donkey

How to Tilt an Opponent

After sucking out with suited hole cards against a table captain, wait for him to rant and rave about how bad you are for playing crap, then simply say, "They were suited." Hilarity will ensue.

Math Time!

The probability of being dealt two suited hole cards in Texas Hold'em is 24%. With those suited hole cards, the chances of making a flush by the river are 6.4%.