re: Poker & Pocket Aces Postflop
Assuming villain has a poker brain, I think the call of the pf reraise rules out KK, QQ,JJ, but still allows TT, 99.
With KK, QQ for most sharp players a 3 bet preflop shove would or could be nearly automatic, the JJ could go either way, and the set mining TT,99, call fits.
So perhaps extra weight should go to suited AK, KQ, or possibly even QJ preflop calls. In the case of the QJ, villain is essentially committed to the hand, and knows his only shot is filling, and semi-bluffing you off the hand.
My feeling here is that after villains pf raise, your correct move would be the shove.
If villain has no poker brain, then his EP raise could have been of the floating steal type, and he hasn't the mind to realize he should have folded rather than call. He could be playing anything.
If I sat and thought about this hand, while holding the AA, I could eventually be convincing myself that I was beat, and thus fold. However!, The big book of poker odds says you just about have to call here.