If I did the math right you need 35% equity to call here. I think I call all day here online. If you think the range is AA and KK then you have to fold here. If she does that with AK as well then your equity is like 37% and it will make your call marginally profitable. If you add QQ or JJ in her range you get an extra 1% of equity each pocket pair you add here.
I think you got in this tough spot because you did not have a plan on the hand. If you think she only reraises here with AA and KK then I really hate the raise, which is easy to say not in the hand. If you view her as a solid good player then she must have a good hand here with raising out of position. If you dont think she is 3betting light here then 4betting has much less value as her calling range or raising range has you beat. A call here has hands that you might have beat like AQs and you have position over here. If you thought she would reraise here with out having AQ or AJ in here range then a fold here might be worth while and raising has much less fold equity. If you call and you are up against AA or KK makes you hitting your Ak more likely so you might get away with just losing 17k on this hand with a call. Another question is are you chipping up? if you are then you should consider a lower variance play.
I think the raise to 34k is too small, a raise to about 45 or 48k would be much better and your fold equity would have been better. With a bigger raise you only need a 30% equity to get it in versus a reraise and you have more fold equity versus hands like pocket tens you want to fold.
I have a hard time folding AK, I think my results might be better if I did that more often.
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