1.Re-Raise preflop, his raise from Im guessing middle position is terrible and he should be punished for it.
2.) You bet 9 dollars at the flop. You have fold equity, and you may have the best hand. The real King should come over the top here, and with 9 dollars he will have to push you in. But, you can still get away from the hand, but he thinks your trapped.
You should be willing to risk 30 dollars to triple up with this hand.
*Supporting logic* (please bare in mind I know nothing of the players, how much the second caller had in chips. Yes, even in cash games it matters. When he calls, what percentage of his stack is he risking?)
1.) Original raiser min raises. He wants folks in it with him. Suited connectors like 8,9 are candidates. middle pairs are possible, AK and AQ, and AJ are possible. caller has same range of hands.
2.) on the flop everyone checks. Is someone with a K slow playing? Lets bet and find out. 9 dollars.
3.) The 8 hits, now the guy pushes... He probably just filled up. he hit his 89 or 78, and wants to end the hand right now. Becaues I disagree with the flop play, the hand would take a different course, but I like calling a push. When it is all said and done you are likely against kkk88, and kkkAx. If you ran int a lonely K, well so be it, AA or QQ are the only hands that can beat youand would have re-reraised preflop so you could rule them out had you reraised preflop, and you are getting 3 to one. Also JJ is reasonably well concealed the way you chose to play it. They are probably putting you on Ax also.
Again i would have played every street differently, but go ahead and get your money in the middle.