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[e][h]Zerg RorO
Player Information
Romanized Name:
Shin No Yeol
January 19, 1991 (age 33)
Samsung KHAN
New Star Players
Alternate IDs:
Approx. Total Winnings:
2008-03-05 — 2011-11-04
2011-11-04 — 2014-11-13

Shin "RorO" No Yeol is a StarCraft progamer from South Korea who played Zerg for Samsung KHAN.

He played Zerg in StarCraft II for Samsung KHAN before retiring.


RorO displayed mediocre results in the 2008 Minor League (going 4-8); the first league that he played in. His first televised game was against ZerO in the Shinhan 08-09 Proleague, round 2. After suffering 2 loses in his first 2 games, he went on a 6-game winning streak defeating many of the league's most famous players including: Jaedong, July, Calm, and BoxeR. He quickly became WeMade FOX's most frequently-used Zerg player and helped the team achieve their only winning record of the season in round 2. After this small streak, RorO has yet to become a dominant figure in the scene only displaying mediocre results for the rest of this season. He reached the Ro36 of the Bacchus OSL 2009 where he lost 0-2 to Yoonjoong.

In Round 1 of the 09-10 proleague, RoRo displayed very strong results, finishing the round with 6 wins and 5 losses including one Ace match win. He also qualified for the 2009 EVER OSL but was knocked out in the Round of 36 by RuBy

After the disbandment of WeMade FOX, Samsung Khan drafted RorO.


  • Despite having under 50% in all matchups, his best match-up is ZvZ, and he has beaten several strong Zerg players in his career including Jaedong, Calm, and YellOw[ArnC].

Matchup statistics[edit]

Matchup Games Wins Losses Winrate
vs P 84 52 32 61.9 %
vs T 76 40 36 52.6 %
vs Z 65 32 33 49.2 %
All 225 124 101 55.1 %


2012-08-0417th - 22ndPremier2012 Tving OSL2012 Tving OSL
Samsung KHANSamsung KHAN
1-2Grp S.$133
2011-07-0117th - 28thPremier2011 Jin Air OSL2011 Jin Air OSL
WeMade FOXWeMade FOX
0-2Grp S.$135
2011-04-1825th - 32ndPremierABC Mart MSLABC Mart MSL
WeMade FOXWeMade FOX
0-2Grp S.$805
2011-01-089th - 16thPremierPDPop MSLPDPop MSL
WeMade FOXWeMade FOX
0 : 2$1,275
2010-08-289th - 16thPremierBigfile MSLBigfile MSL
WeMade FOXWeMade FOX
1 : 2$1,275
2010-07-254thPremier2009–2010 Shinhan Bank Proleague2009–2010 Shinhan Bank Proleague
WeMade FOXWeMade FOX
0 : 2
SK Telecom T1SK Telecom T1
2010-03-169thPremier2010 Shinhan Bank Winners League2010 Shinhan Bank Winners League
WeMade FOXWeMade FOX
4-7Grp S.-
2009-11-0629th - 40thPremier2009 EVER OSL2009 EVER OSL
WeMade FOXWeMade FOX
0 : 2$80
2009-08-2229th - 40thPremier2009 Bacchus OSL2009 Bacchus OSL
WeMade FOXWeMade FOX
0 : 2$80
2009-03-099thPremier2009 Shinhan Bank Winners League2009 Shinhan Bank Winners League
WeMade FOXWeMade FOX
4-7Grp S.-
Extended list of results

Notable Games[edit]


vs PianO, Sniper Ridge, SK Planet Proleague Season 1 - Both players show remarkable play in an epic and long fight. The game perfectly displays how mass Queens are used properly vs Mech.