your mistake is playing K3, another mistake is raising with K3, then betting on flop.
imho you shouldnt have been in the pot, you shouldnt have raised, you shouldnt have been in the hand full stop so the fault is really your own
watch some videos and read some tutorials
Exactly what grahamy27 said. I couldn't of said it any better myself. You should never have been in the pot. K3s is not a hand you should be playing. Playing hands like that puts you in bad situations. Watch some video's & read some articles & learn from your mistakes & keep posting tricky hands in the forum. its a good way to learn where your going wrong.
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Yeah, I will echo those comments...
Your play on the flop wasn't horrible - you were right to get your chips in on the turn, and the guy struck a very lucky river... but that bad luck would've been avoided if you had mucked your K3 preflop.
The important thing is not to get annoyed, but to work out WHY you lost and learn from it.
As many other just told, I think the mistake is to play K3 even if there suit. Of course in here you got very unlucky but even if the blinds are low K3 isn't going to pay a lot of time. Your not in position, your raising and usually in the start of a tourney is where donkey are going with almost anything... Being called like that, I would have put the other player on a 4 or even on pocket 6