Oops misread it. You need to be especially careful of playing low pocket pairs with straight possibilities (high congruent board texture) and be willing to accept such things when they happen. Often you'll be up against limped aces and possibly even an a-2 or over pairs like 5-6. Your best opponents will be holding something like A-5 but even that has outs or maybe 2 pair such as 4-5. I'm not saying you played poorly but on a such a flop a set is high risk. I think the odds
are strongly in your favor because he only had 4 outs or 8% or the 2 aces which is 1 of 3 * 1 of 2 (very slim) but he could have made it on the flop too. Also almost any set will beat you. I think you had the odds strongly in your favor but again good chance someone with something like A-5 is always going to call because they have TPTK, the ace, and the ability to hit the wheel. Just checked it: in this case you were 85% favorite so it was a good play -- in a cash game it might be a good play but someone could have just flopped an A-2 or limped with 6-7. The other way to play is to try t play a smaller pot and get away from it but then you'll not make anything and why not fold. The guy with the A-10 was probably overestimating his chances of winning but he felt he had the ace and the wheel possibility and it was a big pot if he won it.