Ole Schemion’s biography

Ole Schemion
Ole Schemion (31 years)
over $16 300 000
Offline prizes
the exact amount is unknown
Online prizes
The best result:
$1 807 078 or €1 597 800 (1st place in Super High Roller tournament for €100 000 at the EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo in 2016)
Main achievements:
top-50 best world poker players for 2019, 5th in Germany All Time Money List for 2019, 10 trophies in live PokerStars tournaments, 2 WPT trophies, Player of the Year at European Poker Awards 2014
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Ole Schemion is one of the youngest and most successful players in the poker world. In 2011, at the age of 19 he won his first EPT tournament in Berlin and earned 54 200$. His successful poker career has started from that moment.

In 2012, he took first place in NLH tournament for 1 100€ at the EPT in Berlin, having earned 68 900€ or 90 000$. That year Schemion got another major victory at the Main Event Partouche Poker Tour Grand Final for 8 500$ in Cannes and won 1 172 850€ or 1 475 000$. In general, the player has four seven-figure winnings.

In July 2014, Ole became a winner of the super high roller tournament for 100 000$, having received 1 063 000$. In January 2015, "wizowizo" took 2nd place in No Limit Holdem Challenge for 100 000$ at the Aussie Millions Poker Championship in Melbourne; this place brought him 1 067 000$. A year later, in 2016, he showed his best offline result, having won the Supper High Roller tournament for 100 000€ at the EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo (+ 1.8 million dollars), and a couple days later – Ole took second place in super high roller tournament for 50 000€, having added almost a million dollars to his total winnings.

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Schemion's online results are hidden, but it is worth noting his victory at the SCOOP PLO High Roller for 10 300$ in May 2018 (among the latest player’s achievements).

Interesting facts about Ole Schemion:

  • Ole Schemion was born in Berlin, but now he lives in Austria.
  • "wizowizo" familiarized with poker during his school days. Up to the age of 18, he had played using accounts of his elder friends, since according to German law, juveniles are prohibited to create accounts at poker sites.
  • Ole had played in Europe until the age of 21, because the USA also has age restrictions, according to which it is impossible to participate in tournaments until you are 21.
  • In 2014, Ole Schemion got a "Player of the Year" title at the "European Poker Awards" ceremony.

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