Originally Posted by sharkyo01
If you put a big enough raise in preflop you should never hit the problem!!!!!
It depends if you're referring to cash games or tournament play (and if tournament, how deep the stacks are.. ie. if you're both sitting 40+bb's deep then villain will be getting the right impl. odds to call preflop with any pocket pair (as long as he figures he's not going to get squeezed &/or is closing out the action OR is near to closing it out).
If this is tournament play, I'm not folding the KK on this flop regardless of how they might play back at me. You'll get players with AQ more times than you'll see a set.
Good players are capable of folding the 'best hand' in tournament play. I doubt I'd fold the one you've mentioned here (of course it 'depends', eg. how deep your stacks are, villain's playing style & history, your table image, blind level, etc.).