|World Series of Poker|
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|Information accurate as of 30 August 2012.|
Kevin Song (born in South Korea) is a South Korean professional poker player who started playing poker since 1980 and began playing in poker tournaments since 1994 where he has cashed in many of them throughout his poker career, among them are 29 cashes at the World Series of Poker including winning the 1997 World Series of Poker $2,000 buy-in Limit Hold'em event.
World Series of Poker
Song has cashed 24 times at the World Series of Poker (WSOP), making eight final tables. At the 1994 WSOP, his first cash at a WSOP event, Song made the final table and finished in 9th place in the $2,500 Limit Hold'em event won by Mike Laing, Three years later he won his first bracelet in the $2,000 Limit Hold'em event at the 1997 WSOP, earning $397,120 in a final table that included other professional players like Dan Heimiller, Erik Seidel, Huck Seed, Berry Johnston and John Esposito. At the $1,500 Limit Hold'em Shootout event of the 2004 WSOP he finished runner-up to Kathy Liebert, earning $58,300. His latest cash was at the 2008 WSOP $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em (Six-Handed) event where he finished in fourth place, earning $141,983 after his hand of failed to improve against the chip leader and eventual winner Dario Minieri's .
World Series of Poker bracelets
|1997||$2,000 Limit Hold'em||$397,120|
World Poker Tour
Other poker events
Some of Song's biggest cashes have been at a various poker events such as winning the $500 Limit Hold'em event at the Rags to Riches II in Los Angeles in 1996, earning $94,689, winning the $2,500 Limit Seven-Card Stud event at the 1996 United States Poker Championship, earning $77,000, winning the $5,000 No Limit Hold'em Championship Event at the 1997 Hall of Fame Poker Classic, earning $184,000, winning the $2,000 No Limit Hold'em Championship Event at the 1999 Legends of Poker, earning $96,800, finishing in 3rd at the 2005 WSOP Circuit event at Harrah's Las Vegas, earning $110,638 that was won by Chris Ferguson and Song won the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event at the Fifth Annual Five Diamond World Poker Classic in 2006, earning $253,560.