re: Poker & How does baluga theorom fit with flop raises?
You partially answered your own question. It depends on your opponent, your image, and recent table dynamics. If you hold AK on an A72r flop, you have to determine whether villain would raise with AQ,AJ. This is tough when playing many tables and especially if villain is largely unnoticed, ie not a maniac and not a ubernit. If you are playing only a few tables and are playing close attention, it's easier to put the villain on a tighter range. However, on a dry flop like that you are rarely good against a standard opponent and should fold, barring other reads.