Although there is certainly some truth in this:
Originally Posted by banker001
It more then likely made several people lay down their hands that they might have played if you would have limped in.
I think you were over-aggressive with KQ pre-flop. This is a trouble hand unless you have position. If you get a piece of the flop and have to act first, it`s always likely to cost you to find out where you stand. Overplaying KQ used to be a big leak in my game, and it was only by studying my results with Poker Tracker that I discovered it was costing me.
Probably you are right not to be overly impressed with the flush threat from a possible bluffer. The flush is actually more rare than people realise (about one hand in 500, if my memory serves. Meaning that, at a full table, there`ll be one every 50 deals, which is not much more than one an hour, depending on the pace of play.), but one often sees the betting grind to a halt and everybody act scared when there are three suited cards on the board.
On the other hand, TPGK is hardly a monster and when he re-raised your pot-size bet you probably should have given it up.