Originally Posted by Demonomania
My intention was to c/f the flop & pretty much play them as T/T if my hand didn't improve or overs hit.
Folding pre was an option I suppose :/
Well, pre-flop is fine, bearing in mind we don't have stats on villain...
Even if you truly think the pre-flop fold is actually an option (based on stats I'd assume), once you hit your top set vs. Kings, on this board, all the money will typically go in before the river.
The turn is slightly interesting, as any fold equity you might have had (not that you need/want it) vs. villain's hand is gone when they pick up the flush out (though two improve you to a full house).
In short, action seems fine, and occasionally villain hits a King on the river, and beats us.