Originally Posted by WVHillbilly
It's actually 12 combos. Stove shows AsAd the same as AdAs, so it would be double what Stove shows. Oddly though Stove list all permutations of hands like AKo


AdAs and AsAd should be considered the same hand. Here's a link to help explain: http://www.flopturnriver.com/pokerforum/beginnerscircle/howcalculatinghandcombinationsaboutblockersetc161721.html
Also, I've included a screen shot from a tool to show that if we have KK and villain has KK+/AK then villain will have 1.27% of starting hands. Of this 1.27%, he'll have AA 0.51/1.27 % of the time which means he has it less than % of the time in your previous post.
http://img827.imageshack.us/img827/5056/kkexample.png
*Please ignore the other numbers/actions I was just trying to show the %'s.
I'm obviously not good enough at math to show my math but I hope the resources I included help my case. I also come in peace! Just got confused and want to make sure who's right for the future.