re: Poker & $25NL FR: AA in BB vs pre-flop raiser
Yep, very little chance of him having a draw, but it's probably still making up a small portion of his range (and gives you more reason to call).
This is something that you can learn about through Bryce's videos on stox, but you can look at the likelyhood of certain hands by the number of possible combinations there are of them, and comparing those combinations to the combinations of the other hands in his range.
So for example, look at top set: 8s8h, 8h8d, 8d8s, that's 3 combos.
For one overpair, say jacks: JhJs, JhJc, JhJd, JdJc, JdJs, JsJd for 6 combos.
Not sure if I counted those correctly, but the point is that it's a LOT harder to make a set than it is to have an overpair here, plus there are only three different possible sets vs the five possible overpairs.
Basically this is a snapcall.