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Created by MadMojoMonkey on December 10, 2012

Definition

Suited One Gapper – 2 cards of the same suit with 1 gap between their ranks. Examples: J9s,T8s,97s,86s,75s,64s,53s Note that AQs,KJs,QTs are not usually considered S1G’s, as their strength is more appropriately described as suited broadways, 42s is weaker than the rest due to fewer straight draws, and A3s is better described as a suited Ace.

Example

Some hands to consider for blind stealing would be S1G's, since they play deceptively well IP in HU pots, and are easy to get away from when you face pressure on a whiffed board.



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