I think what your saying is should you play K3 suited and if so it really depends on table dynamics and position...sometimes it does pay to play such a starting hand and at times it is just wasting money. If your looking for a more detailed response maybe add some variables along with the question, like table position, blind levels etc. Welcome to CC and good luck on the felts!
You can play Kxxx in two cases:
1) When you have a too short stack and there is no time to wait for a better hand. K2s is better than 72o.
2) When you have the opportunity to see the flop cheaply. Suited cards with the king - a good chance for a strong flash.
In a tournament of high value, I would not pay K 3 the same suit, since evidently the 3 is a lower card and you could easily win with k 10, I recommend you play with patience that surely there comes a better pair And probably the same suit. success.
I would definitely fold that hand unless its in the very opening stage of a tournament where the blinds are super low and even then im thinking now id fold it. Stick to the top 10 percent of hands and you shall win most of the time.
I personally advise you not to play with such cards, only a very cheap button, and that is, if calm players are ahead, by the way, the last tournament has lost with K3 tambourines, Dro's flush fell and flew away, did not reach, I will not repeat such mistakes again
Such cards as suited K-3 are better to fold pre-flop from any position. Play suited hands only to hit the flush - it is extremely not profitable (it all depends on the stack).
If possible, need to play the following suited cards:
- which receive senior couples with a good kicker
- which fall into a large number of boards.
if your hand is suited there is a 6% chance you will hit your flush by river , thing is ,even if you hit your flush there are a lot of hands in your opponents range could have a better flush. k3 suited is a very bad hand say you hit a king , your kicker still wont play a lot of the time too.