don't fold, but...
Originally Posted by bw07507
You played it fine, theres no way you should ever be folding KK preflop when you only have 60 big blinds.
I don't agree. you've got KK in position (great), but that's not necessarily a reason to go for broke preflop. I would have called his re-reraise and seen the flop first. Granted, in this case you're going broke on the flop because it looks so good, but say if an A had flopped, you could get away from the hand without losing so much. By only calling his 2nd raise preflop, you give yourself a good chance of losing less money to people holding an A (or two). If the guy is re-reraising you preflop, you know he has a good hand, and probably won't fold to your 2nd raise anyway. This play is best suited for tournaments (where not losing chips is more important than winning chips), but I think it's still quite valid in ring games.
Incidentally, I don't think its ever right to fold the KK preflop, but it may be necessary to play it more cautiously, rather than trying to get "all the chips in the middle" like you would with AA.