I don’t understand how you think @puggywug has a “great” chance of being behind here. He blocks all but five sets (AsAc, JsJh, JcJh, JsJc, and 6s6c), and all but six combinations of AJ (2 black aces * 3 non-diamond jacks). That’s a mere eleven combinations. As for flush draws… well, you’re a 2-to-1 favorite against them if they don’t have a broadway draw, and a 59-41 favorite if they do. That’s a pretty hefty advantage.
Meanwhile, if I were in V’s shoes UTG with a heavy stack advantage and relatively timid opponents, I’m probably min-raise opening about 40%-50% of my hands. I’ll c-bet half-pot on this board with all of my aces, most if not all of my jacks, all flush draws (including backdoor), and many of my pocket pairs. If I’m feeling frisky, I’ll add in my gutshot broadways too. That’s probably somewhere on the order of 250 combinations, though feel free to correct my math if you count differently.
@puggywug was way ahead of most of V’s range on the flop. You can’t afford to play scared of the small handful of monsters in the closet when you’re dominating him, or fear getting the chips in the middle when you’re a huge favorite to win the hand. If you really can’t handle losing 1/3 of the pots where you’re a 2:1 favorite, poker shouldn’t be your hobby.
Finally, with these SnGs, you shouldn’t be too timid around the bubble. Payout structures are relatively flat, with about 4.3 buy-ins for the top prize, 2.6 buy-ins for second, and 1.7 buy-ins for third. Particularly if you’re going to be playing a lot of these - and Puggy does! - there isn’t a huge gap between any two neighboring leaderboard spots in any given tournament once 5/9 players have been knocked out already.