Originally Posted by Thinker_145
Did you know that a medium suited connector has the highest equity against aces? Suited 98-65 are the most likely to beat AA and other connectors including they are the only hands which have more than 20% equity against aces. It gets even better if neither of the 2 aces are from the same suit as the connector. In that case the equity gets quite close to 25%.
but i think this odds
are going allin both hands preflop, otherwise is hard to believe that a skilled player hanldling AA let a suited connector complete its project
so unless the flop completes the project alone or give the suited connectors a flush draw and two sides straight, is very difficult to reach the river, or to expect a runner runner
so maybe the chances are not so high when the action start postflop, so in this case i still think is easier to hit a set with a pocket pair in the flop,
imagine villain has pocket queens or kings and hero has aces, if the flop doesn`t bring anything that could affect the thinking of one of them (a board with 3 same color cards, or three cards in a row, or in the case of the villain a Q or K) then both players will be betting postflop in all streets and in that way
the villain could have chance to see the 5 streets and more chances to complete the set, and it`s harder to see a set coming than a project so the aces could be trapped easier