Flip With a German For The Big Win!
Holz, Vogelsang, Kempe, Nitsche and Schemion are never far from a massive result in the biggest events
Ole Schemion or else known as "wizowizo", is a German professional poker player born August 1, 1992.
He is one of the youngest poker pro players at the Europe Region.
In 2011, at the age of 19, Ole Schemion won his first tournament at EPT Berlin and since then his poker career sky rocketed winning 10 more titles including Partouche Poker Tour Grand Final, Cannes with a prize of $1,473,769.
Global Poker Index ranks Ole Schemion number 1 at their list with a score of 4,125.03 pts.
He also ranks 4th at Germany and 55th overall in the All Time Money list with winnings that exceeds $8.000.000.
Published 4 years agoEPT Sanremo - Is Gelato Secret to Ole Schemion's Success?
Sarah Grant explores a small gelato shop in Sanremo to try and find out if that's a secret to German highroller's success
Published 4 years agoGlobal Poker Masters Seat Open - Trickett vs Schemion
Sam Trickett vs Ole Schemion all in confrontation
Published 4 years agoVanessa Selbst and Ole Schemion Playing a Sick Hand
This is how they play in the big league
Published 4 years agoThis Week in Poker: Schemion Back in Running, Jaffe Claims WPT Title
Exciting week of poker saw Ole Schemion get back in the running for the GPI player of the year, while Jonathan Jaffe joined the WT...
Four days of intense battle ended in the Casino Velden
Making it to the final table among the likes of Ole Schemion and Patrik Antonius wasn't the most amazing feat that Krisztian Gyorgyi pulled off.
Sam Greenwood joined the exclusive $10million gang this weekend as he fought off some of the biggest names in the games.
While Viktor ‘Isildur1’ Blom was taking down the Main Event in Rozvadov, Dominik Nitsche was laying claim to the last of the High Roller events.
When a warm-up event has almost €¼million up top you know you’re in the midst of a huge poker festival.
Seven years on from his first recorded cash, German Ole Schemion showed once again that home advantage can be a real driver of success.
A four-day break in action to the APPT9 Aussie Millions $100,000 Challenge was well worth the wait for poker fans who saw the final table of eight players - who had a combined $57 million in lifetime