In the one Hasslequist tourney I played in, early in the tournament, I had pocket Kings and went all-in, walking into someone's pocket aces. According to Dan Harrington's book, this happens to people about once every 24 times they have pocket aces. I was just unlucky. But I got knocked out so early that I almost wrote a letter of apology to Hasselquist.
I don't like the idea of trapping with Kings and just limping in, because someone can and most likely will have also limped in with A-rag, and if an ace hits the board, you're screwed to a weak starting hand. I don't know if going all in with Kings is the best idea, but you have to make a big raise to push out the A-rag starting hands. 5 times the big blind should suffice, although early in a tourney when the blinds are so small that people might actually play A-10 unsuited to 6 times the big blind, you may want to make it 200 to go.