"... probably be careful of opening trip Aces that are rainbow, kind of the exception because people are calling too much and our equity with this certain hand is not robust."
If we assume Monker Solver is giving us a GTO strategy, then by definition, a GTO strategy is such a strategy that if our opponent deviates in their strategy (by "calling too much") then our expected return would be better than if they played the original (GTO) strategy. What am I missing here?
I completely understand the idea of playability, robustness etc when playing rainbow trip AAA from EP from a human player standpoint, but then we seem to be cherry picking strategies from Monker results. Perhaps we underestimating how important the AAA blocker affects are or how often we take the pot down on favourable flops?