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Schach Bundesliga – Rounds 14 and 15

Three teams have the chance to win the German chess championship

The last two rounds of the Schachbundesliga season 2009/10 will take place on 10th and 11th of April. The matches at the playing venues Baden-Baden and Bremen will definitely decide who will win the championship.

Two rounds before the end of the season, Baden-Baden, Solingen (each 24 points) and Werder Bremen (23 p.) are fighting for the title in the Schachbundesliga. Key matches will take place on Saturday, namely Werder Bremen – SG Solingen and OSG Baden-Baden – SV Mülheim Nord. These are the four best teams of the league so anything can happen.

In case that two teams have the same number of team points at the end of the season, there will be a tiebreak at the end of April. The board points are not relevant as second criteria for the title.

Bundes Jan Gustafsson

Jan Gustafsson

Bundes Arkadij Naiditsch

Arkadij Naiditsch

As in the previous rounds the Schachbundesliga publishes the lineups of the teams involved at the venue, where Baden-Baden is playing.

News and photos by Georgios Souleidis

14th round: Saturday, 10th of April 2010, 2 pm

Playing venue Baden-Baden

OSG Baden-Baden SV Mülheim Nord

Alexei Shirov 2730* – Maxime Vachier-Lagrave 2718

Etienne Bacrot 2709 – Pavel Tregubov 2649

Michael Adams 2682 – Daniel Fridman 2661

Arkadij Naiditsch 2685 – Vitali Golod 2602

Francisco Vallejo Pons 2696 – Alexander Berelowitsch 2551

Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu 2664 – Felix Levin 2481

Jan Gustafsson 2622 – Daniel Hausrath 2528

Rustem Dautov 2596 – Gerhard Schebler 2486

SK Heidelberg-Handschuhsheim SF Katernberg

Viacheslav Ikonnikov 2558 – Vladimir Chuchelov 2598

Gennadi Ginsburg 2537 – Christian Seel 2493

Vladimir Gurevic 2470 – Klaus Bischoff 2561

Vadim Chernov 2433 – Ilja Zaragatski 2475

Erasmus Gerigk 2335 – Sebastian Siebrecht 2456

Jörg Schwalfenberg 2317 – Christian Scholz 2373

Hans-Joachim Vatter 2321 – Sarah Hoolt 2225

Jean-Luc Roos 2260 – Jens Kotainy 2243

*Elo rating at the beginning of the season

Playing venue Bremen

Werder Bremen – SG Solingen

Hamburger SK – SC Remagen

Playing venue Eppingen

SC Eppingen – SV Wattenscheid

SG Trier – SK Turm Emsdetten

Playing venue Erfurt

Erfurter SK – SF Berlin

Bayern München – SK König Tegel

15th round: Sunday, 11th of April 2010, 10 am

Playing venue Baden-Baden

SF Katernberg OSG Baden-Baden

Vladimir Chuchelov 2598 – Alexei Shirov 2730

Christian Seel 2493 – Etienne Bacrot 2709

Klaus Bischoff 2561 – Michael Adams 2682

Ilja Zaragatski 2475 – Arkadij Naiditsch 2685

Sebastian Siebrecht 2456 – Francisco Vallejo Pons 2696

Christian Scholz 2373 – Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu 2664

Sarah Hoolt 2225 – Jan Gustafsson 2622

Jens Kotainy 2243 – Rustem Dautov 2596

SV Mülheim Nord SK Heidelberg-Handschuhsheim

Maxime Vachier-Lagrave 2718 – Viacheslav Ikonnikov 2558

Pavel Tregubov 2649 – Gennadi Ginsburg 2537

Daniel Fridman 2661 – Vladimir Gurevic 2470

Vitali Golod 2602 – Vadim Chernov 2433

Alexander Berelowitsch 2551 – Erasmus Gerigk 2335

Felix Levin 2481 – Jörg Schwalfenberg 2317

Daniel Hausrath 2528 – Hans-Joachim Vatter 2321

Gerhard Schebler 2486 – Jean-Luc Roos 2260

Playing venue Bremen

SG Solingen – Hamburger SK

SC Remagen – Werder Bremen

Playing venue Eppingen

SV Wattenscheid – SG Trier

SK Turm Emsetten – SC Eppingen

Playing venue Erfurt

SF Berlin – Bayern München

SK König Tegel – Erfurter SK

Live coverage: All games of the Schachbundesliga are covered live in the internet. At the particular date of the matches you can get access to the games via this website.

Standings after 13 rounds:

1. OSG Baden-Baden – 24
2. SG Solingen – 24
3. Werder Bremen – 23
4. Mülheim Nord – 20
5. SV Wattenscheid – 16
6. Hamburger SK – 15
7. SC Remagen – 15
8. SC Eppingen – 14
9. Turm Emsdetten – 12
10. SG Trier – 12
11. SF Katernberg – 12
12. SF Berlin – 7
13. Bayern München – 5
14. Heidelberg-HSH – 5
15. SK König Tegel – 2
16. Erfurter SK – 2

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