that you need more then one out to improve...and the aces need none
But thats completely irrelevant. You determine how good your hand is by counting how many outs you have, and then converting those outs to a percentage of the time where you win, and then seeing if you're getting "pot odds." So, for example, If I have 2 spades in my hand and there are two on the board on the turn, then I have nine outs because there is a 9/46 chance that I will make my flush, so I need to be getting more than 46:9 on any money I put into the pot. The same concept applies to your pocket pairs. You only have two outs, so you'd better be getting 46:2 on your money or you're playing like a donk. With KQ, you've got 6 outs, so if your'e getting 46:6 on your money, then you're ok. Do you understand now noob?