I'm not sure, but is A2-A5 considered as Arag?
yes. Though they are more playable than A6-A9. A6 is the worse A, even suited imo.
I tend away from playing any raggy A, can get you in a lot of trouble. But SO many others just luv any A, get a read if possible. I like big Aces, suited if possible, and can get away from the hand easily, when I miss the board.
Anyway, I cream a lot of ace luvvers, when they have "kicker issues". Bottom line, if you fold your ace-rag, you'll probably be better off.
Having said that, T2 has been the winning hand in the WSOP
, twice, and even 74o, has won, so what do I know. Headsup is a little different...