Beginning players moving up are often desperate NOT to lose pots with big preflop hands. As such they tend to overraise AA, KK, QQ, AK.
Since you pretty much know what they have in these situations and they are generally willing to take it to the felt I will call their reraises with a fairly wide range - any pair, any decent suited connector but NOT any ace, king or queen since your domination risk is too high.
Here is a typical example from $5/10NL, 9-handed:
*** HOLE CARDS ***
MP raises $20 to $30
Fuel55 calls $30 from CO with [7s 7c]
SB raises $110 to $140 (overbet to isolate)
MP calls $110
Fuel55 calls $110 (set mining with deep stacks in a 3-way pot in which I have position)
*** FLOP *** [7d 6d Jd] (not a pretty flop with 3 diamonds but I like that 7)
SB bets $199 (bet max chips to scare me off)
Fuel55 calls $199 (take a card without raising to hopefully fade another diamond)
*** TURN *** [7d 6d Jd] [4c] (no diamond - at this point, I am going to the felt)
SB bets $500 (desperation bet –surely AA or KK with a diamond)
Fuel55 raises $500 to $1000
SB calls $388.30 and is all-in
*** RIVER *** [7d 6d Jd 4c] [Th]
*** SHOW DOWN ***
SB shows [Kc Ks] (a pair of Kings) (lose a 260BB pot with one pair and no diamond)
Fuel55 shows [7s 7c] (three of a kind, Sevens)
Fuel55 collected $2596.60 from pot
Pretty standard stuff.