Despite the deep throttle of the Merlin 1D engine, the weight of the Falcon 9 booster is less than the force of a single Merlin engine firing at minimum throttle (See here). This means that the Falcon 9 booster can't hover, and that the landing burn (sometimes known as a Suicide burn) must be performed with a great amount of precision, as (correct me if I'm wrong) there are no second chances.
I have been unable to find info on the intended throttleability of the Raptor engine, nor have I found info on the expected dry mass of the BFB/super heavy booster. Even so, the fact that it has 31 engines instead of 9 indicates to me that they are much more likely to achieve a TWR of close to unity just by only firing one engine.
On this basis, is it likely that the BFB/Super heavy booster will have an easier time landing than the Falcon 9 booster? Has there been any word from SpaceX about the expected difficulties here?
By "easier", I mean more tolerant of mistakes/is able to abort and attempt another landing if the first attempt is slightly off.