There are as many opinions on which is the 'best starting hands in Texas Hold’em as there are players. Rankings will change with your relative position to the button and the type of game your in, loose or tight. The rankings below are a good starting point to develop your own personal rankings and should be used as a starting point. Your own style of play will determine what is best for you.
Level 1- The top starting hands
• Ace-King suited
Level 2- Very strong starting hands
• Ace-Queen, Ace-Jack, Ace-10 all suited
• King-Queen suited
• Ace-10, King-Jack, Queen-Jack, Jack-10 all suited
• Ace-Queen, Ace-Jack
• King-10, Queen-10 suited
Level 3- Playable in most positions in a looser game
• Jack-9 10-9 both suited
• 9-8,8-7 both suited
• Ace with any other suited card
• King-Jack, Queen-Jack, Jack-10
Level 4- Decent hands best played sparingly and in a late position in a loose game if your playing 'personality' will allow it
•Any low pair (e.g. pairs below 7)
•Connected suited cards, ie 8-7,5-4,4-3
•Ace-10, King-10, Queen-10
•King-9, Jack-8 suited
Hands not on the list are or for the most part, should be folded and only played where you have an advantage over the other players.
For example: You are in the late position with no callers on the blinds or against known weak players.