I remember back when I could play Rush on Full Tilt. I was playing $10nl 6-max and had built up my stack to about $120, which is important. We get moved to a new table, and the UTG player (with a stack of something like $135) opens to around ~$50 (yes, he opened to around 500 times the big bling). My stacks might be a little wrong, but I remember being very, very deep and he had me covered. We were both very deep and a min-raise wasn't enough for either of us to be all-in, but it would be very close.
I was sitting on the Button with AA. I min-raised and he snap-folded. Honestly, I don't know if he should have folded. He could assume that the remaining stacks were going in. So he was being offered around 3.4-1 or better on the call. Granted, if I always have aces (which is a good assumption), he can only call with aces. He needs 22.7% equity or better, only aces has better. BUT, all the middle suited connectors (T9s-65s) have 22%, so basically there. Most other pairs, even loosely suited connectors, and even some offsuit connectors have 18% or more equity. If I am doing this with kings, he can call with nearly any ace (as well as KK and AA).
Basically, the pot is so huge that he probably made a mistake by folding or it would have only been a small mistake (relatively) to call. Still, probably the happiest I've ever been to see a fold. I don't mind playing a $240 pot (2400 x bb) with an 80% lead, but I still lose one out of five. That can hurt.
I will never know what happened in that hand. I have no idea why the huge raise, maybe he mistyped it. Maybe he was just going table to table putting everyone in (basically flipping with whomever would call) and didn't notice how deep I was. Maybe he hated money. LOL, I don't know. But, it was the easiest 5 buy-ins that I ever made with Aces.