Here we go!
So this has been a pet topic of mine for a while now... kings preflop.
Everyone says "just get it in." And I don't necessarily disagree. I play regularly at the 2/5 level and almost never see people going bonkers with JJ, very occasionally with QQ and very occasionally with AK. When stacks start flying around preflop, it's almost always KK and AA. KK is a dog against a super tight range.
When you have the AA side it's an easy game. But when you have the KK side, you're in a tough spot.
"Just get it in." Ok, maybe.
You are deep at 2/5. You open UTG for $25. This was the raise necessary to be able to get the hand about 3 handed. Any less and you're usually seeing a flop 5ways. Two calls in late position. SB Russian? guy ($800 effective) who has been check raising me and showing bluffs (with the best hand) over the past half hour makes it $100 straight.
BB folds. Action to you.