Thanks to both of you for the advice.I have one more question. Should you try to play these cards early in the tournament when the blinds are relatively low? Or should you wait until the later stages?
Most people say that you should play them in the 2nd hour. I go either way. If my table is overly tight, I play them in the first hour and for cheap. If it's early and I have a nice stack, I definitely play them to 3-4xBB raises as long as I'm sure that it's an AQ,AJ or AK raise as opposed to pocket pair (UTG raising 2xBB is a great sign).The point is, get a good read on your table. If they are playing at a tight-aggressive table, as is usually the case, you will profit heavily from low suited connectors that two-pair or flop straight, or even top pair (you WILL get called by AK to at least the turn, if the board turns paint, you may want to get out unless you have 2 pair or better).To expand on why this works, you have to realize which hands are totally and completely dominated...Things like Q 10, J 10, K 10 are all dominated hands that I've pretty much given up playing. If you don't straight, two-pair or flush, you KNOW that someone has something better. That's why low cards work. It's kind of like counting cards in black jack. Your 56 suited gets better and better with more and more players at a tight-aggressive table. They are all cancelling eachother out by playing all the paint, that there aren't any cards left in the deck to hit them and alot more for your low hand.