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Created by MadMojoMonkey on December 10, 2012

Definition

Suited Two Gapper – 2 cards of the same suit with 2 gaps between their ranks. Examples: Q9s,J8s,T7s,96s,85s,74s,63s,52s Note that AJs,KTs are not usually considered S2G’s, as their strength is more appropriately described as suited broadways. Also note that A4s in better described as a suited Ace.

Example

When considering to play S2G's, keep in mind that they are marginal hands.



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