In a multi-way pot maybe, but that's why you raise with them. Don't get me wrong, I definitely raise with AA in Omaha and O8. But I raise other hands too. The mistake a lot of players make is never raising anything BUT aces, and then always raising the full pot when they have aces. It makes them very predictable, and in a loose game when they get 2 or 3 callers, they can't seem to restrain themselves from potting again on the flop. Inevitably they get torched by someone who actually hit something. Playing aces like that is best reserved for the later stages of a sit-n-go, or in a higher stakes game or tournament where people actually fold to raises. But in low stakes ring games, or the first couple orbits of a low buyin sit-n-go, you shouldn't play aces that way. You're guaranteed to get too much action, and then if you don't set you're guaranteed to get smacked in the chops.
Originally Posted by aislephive