Originally Posted by UncleConRon
Do you believe in Murphy's Law. (Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.) Aces only win 50 percent of time. Folding the winner about 25 percent of time. that gives you 75 percent of the time. You should fold aces a fourth of the time. If you do'nt the luck with Murphy's Law sets in.
Why are you pulling numbers out of mid air and giving horrible advice?
As for OP, you want to thin the field but, at the same time, you want bad players to call with bad hands when you have AA. That's how you profit off of them. Your preflop raise was good, but if the table is active and have called bigger PFRs, then you can bump it up more to extract good value.
Don't let losing to 25s get to you. It's going to happen at times, but 25s is flopping a straight 1 in 78 times, so you're winning so much against this player in the long run. And if the flop was A34, you have a ~28% to win by the river (if you flopped a set).
Keep notes on player that plays a wide range, including any suited, and extract value from them when you have big hands.