Krumske captained numerous great Chicago teams, among them King Louie and Meister Brau. He also developed many young stars. He was voted Chicago's bowler of the half-century in a 1951 Chicago Bowler newspaper poll. Krumske won the National Match Game title in 1944 from Ned Day, but lost the title a month later in the All-Star Tournament. He was one of the few to have won three national match play titles in individual, doubles and team play.