Originally Posted by Viktor Von Doom
Why are you re-raising (and so small at that) with Kh10h with a short stack? That's mistake 1.
Against QQ, KTh was actually the favourite on the flop: nine outs to the flush, another six outs to the open-end straight draw and another three kings. That's 18 outs total, making the hand 62% for the turn and river combined.
So this wasn't actually as much of a "lucky suck out" as is being suggested.
That said, on the flop there's no way we could've known
that all of those outs were clean - we could be up against an Axh flush draw, AA, JJ, etc.
FWIW, I don't hate the raise on the flop, but I'd probably flat call the flop and turn bets instead: you don't have a made hand yet, but you're being given a fantastic price just to come along and make one of your draws.