Whoa, put your handbag away sweetie, I said IN MY OPINION folding KK is a dumb move. You are NEVER certain of a players cards. If this guy knows your folding KK to every all-in he throws, he's gonna start doing it with any old rags just to take your chips.
ANYONE who folds KK pre-flop is out of their depth, meaning playing at a level where they are afraid to take a risk. Said before, even if your against the boogey monster that is AA, your still 5/1 to nick it.
Folding KK on the flop has its place, there are all kinds of flops that have you obviously dominated, but I would never ever lay down kings BEFORE seeing a flop unless I was last player on the bubble at the WSOP
main event against the tightest player ever to sit at the felt with my tourney on the line!
You weren't even put in a 'push or fold' situation, just re-raised to $400 from your raise of $100. Terrible lay-down.
Interesting to add, this was a private game, so no possible way of verifying it. lol.
If i'm in the wrong here, someone let me know and i'll apologise, preferably someone with a depth of experience. But IMHO you should ALWAYS peel off a flop with kings.
I think this post was just a 'look at me with the hero lay-down' story.