Pre is dependent on your overall game, wether you play lag/tag and what your comfortable playing.Also table dynamics are importand,i.e are there many fish at your table, are villains in the blinds fit/fold etc. But in my game were I play a lag, I open Axs more often than other random better Ax hands so pre is fine.
Flop; you flop the 'nuts' and its fairly hard for your villain to have anything better,prepared to call with worse, like small pp/random overcards etc, so I bet lk .22
As played; Im 3betting/GII on the flop as we have blockers to his likely set combos and he can also have dominated FD that he will happily GII.We have decent equity against his sets, and also a lot of FE from his pp that hes raising this flop with because there bad, also tptk might do this were we have decent equity too.
I dont like flatting a min raise here oop as we lose all set value if we hit turn and if its a blank and villain near pots it, it sucks as were now not getting any odds
on our call and will have to fold.But its hard to define exactly what villain does as you've given no stats, or any peace of information that might help us to make a more informed decision.