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Schachbundesliga – Rounds Eight and Nine

5th to 7th of February, in Munich, Mülheim, Berlin and Remagen

The 8th and 9th round of the Schachbundesliga and three matches from round 7 will take place from the 5th to the 7th of February 2010. The following article provides you with the pairings at the playing venues Munich, Mülheim, Berlin and Remagen.

OSG Baden-Baden is the only team of the Schachbundesliga left without any loss of points. The following weekend the German champion will face the two teams of Berlin and is odds-on favourite. Under the same precondition starts the only serious competitor for the title Werder Bremen. Bremen is facing the teams of München and Erfurt. Both of them are relegation battler. Some interesting derbys are taking place in Mülheim, where the host is facing Katernberg and Wattenscheid for the “hegemony in the West”.

All lineups of the teams in Berlin, e.g. OSG Baden-Baden, are published two days in advance. This is carried out due to the new rule, which was implemented from the beginning of this season.

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 the website of the Schachbundesliga.

News by Georgios Souleidis

Mulhein Nord

Mülheim-Nord in action during the European Club Cup

8th round: Saturday, 6th of February 2010, 2 pm

Playing venue Munich
Bayern München – Hamburger SK
Erfurter SK – Werder Bremen

Playing venue Mülheim
SV Mülheim Nord – SV Wattenscheid
SF Katernberg – SK Turm Emsdetten

Playing venue Berlin
SF Berlin – OSG Baden-Baden
1 Jan Markos (2565) – Etienne Bacrot (2709)
2 Arnd Lauber (2517) – Sergei Movsesian (2711)
3 Rainer Polzin (2491) – Michael Adams (2682)
4 Martin Krämer (2482) – Arkadij Naiditsch (2685)
5 Ilja Schneider (2500) – Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu (2664)
6 Stephan Berndt (2442) – Fabiano Caruana (2662)
7 Mikail Agopov (2452) – Jan Gustafsson (2622)
8 Lars Thiede (2450) – Philipp Schlosser (2555)

SK König Tegel – SK Heidelberg-Handschuhsheim

1 Robert Rabiega (2531) – Viacheslav Ikonnikov (2558)
2 Rene Stern (2501) – Dmitry Svetushkin (2570)
3 Mladen Muse (2448) – Gennadi Ginsburg (2537)
4 Ulf von Herman (2424) – Vladimir Gurevic (2470)
5 Drazen Muse (2367) – Vadim Chernov (2433)
6 Stefan Fruebing (2337) – Joerg Schwalfenberg (2317)
7 Andreas Breier (2405) – Christian Maier (2350)
8 Georg Kachibadze (2239) – Albert Syska (2255)

Playing venue Remagen
SC Remagen – SC Eppingen
SG Solingen – SG Trier

9th round: Sunday, 7th of February 2010, 10 am

Playing venue Munich
Hamburger SK – Erfurter SK
Werder Bremen – Bayern München

Playing venue Mülheim
SV Wattenscheid – SF Katernberg
SK Turm Emsdetten – SV Mülheim Nord

Playing venue Berlin
OSG Baden-Baden – SK König Tegel

1 Etienne Bacrot (2709) – Robert Rabiega (2531)
2 Sergei Movsesian (2711) – Rene Stern (2501)
3 Michael Adams (2682) – Mladen Muse (2448)
4 Arkadij Naiditsch (2685) – Ulf von Herman (2424)
5 Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu (2664) – Drazen Muse (2367)
6 Fabiano Caruana (2662) – Stefan Fruebing (2337)
7 Jan Gustafsson (2622) – Andreas Breier (2405)
8 Philipp Schlosser (2555) – Georg Kachibadze (2239)

SK Heidelberg-Handschuhsheim – SF Berlin
1 Viacheslav Ikonnikov (2558) – Jan Markos (2565)
2 Dmitry Svetushkin (2570) – Arnd Lauber (2517)
3 Gennadi Ginsburg (2537) – Rainer Polzin (2491)
4 Vladimir Gurevic (2470) – Martin Krämer (2482)
5 Vadim Chernov (2433) – Ilja Schneider (2500)
6 Joerg Schwalfenberg (2317) – Stephan Berndt (2442)
7 Christian Maier (2350) – Mikail Agopov (2452)
8 Albert Syska (2255) – Lars Thiede (2450)

Playing venue Remagen
SC Eppingen – SG Solingen
SG Trier – SC Remagen

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Baden Baden at the European Club Cup

Matches of the 7th round: Friday, 5th of February 2010

Playing venue Mülheim
SV Mülheim Nord – SF Katernberg (4pm)

Playing venue Berlin
SF Berlin – SK König Tegel
1 Jan Markos (2565) – Robert Rabiega (2531)
2 Arnd Lauber (2517) – Rene Stern (2501)
3 Rainer Polzin (2491) – Mladen Muse (2448)
4 Martin Krämer (2482) – Ulf von Herman (2424)
5 Ilja Schneider (2500) – Drazen Muse (2367)
6 Mikail Agopov (2452) – Stefan Fruebing (2337)
7 Lars Thiede (2450) – Andreas Breier (2405)
8 Dennes Abel (2380) – Georg Kachibadze (2239)

Playing venue Remagen
SC Remagen – SG Solingen (5pm)

Current Standings Schachbundesliga:
1. OSG Baden-Baden – 14
2. Werder Bremen – 13
3. Turm Emsdetten – 10
4. SV Wattenscheid – 10
5. SG Solingen – 10
6. Mülheim Nord – 9
7. SC Eppingen – 7
8. Hamburger SK – 7
9. SC Remagen – 6
10. SF Katernberg – 6
11. SG Trier – 4
12. SF Berlin – 4
13. Bayern München – 3
14. Heidelberg-HSH – 2
15. Erfurter SK – 1
16. SK König Tegel – 0

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