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Schachbundesliga – 4th and 5th round on 19-20 November 2011

SchachbundesligaAt 19th and 20th of November the 4th and 5th round of the Schachbundesliga will take place. Take a look at the pairings at the venues Hockenheim, Dortmund, Solingen and Berlin-Tegel.

The top match of the weekend will take place in Solingen where the host will meet the German champion of the last six years, OSG Baden-Baden. Baden-Baden lost one match at the beginning of the season against Mülheim and is willing not to allow any further surprises.

Playing venue: Stadtsparkasse Solingen, Kölner Str. 72, 42651 Solingen

4th round: Saturday, 19th of November 2011, 2pm
SG Solingen – OSG Baden-Baden
SC Remagen – SG Trier

5th round: Sunday, 20th of November 2011, 10 am
OSG Baden-Baden – SC Remagen
SG Trier – SG Solingen

One of the best players in the history of chess will attend the matches in Hockenheim. Anatoly Karpov is a member of the host team and will be present during the 4th and 5th round. The matches will take place at the Hockenheim-Ring where normally motorsport events are organized. All four teams are considered to be of nearly equal strength, so that close fights can be expected.

Playing venue: Baden-Württemberg-Center am Hockenheim Ring, Am Motodrom 1, 68766 Hockenheim

4th round: Saturday, 19th of November 2011, 2pm
SV Hockenheim – SV Mülheim Nord
SC Eppingen – SF Katernberg

5th round: Sunday, 20th of November 2011, 10 am
SV Mülheim Nord – SC Eppingen
SF Katernberg – SV Hockenheim

In Dortmund the most interesting match will take place on Sunday. Wattenscheid – top of the table after three rounds – encounters Werder Bremen.

Playing venue: TuS Eintracht 1848/95 Korporation zu Dortmund, Viktor-Toyka-Str. 6, 44137 Dortmund

4th round: Saturday, 19th of November 2011, 2pm
SC Hansa Dortmund – SV Werder Bremen
SV Wattenscheid – SK Turm Emsdetten

5th round: Sunday, 20th of November 2011, 10 am
SV Werder Bremen – SV Wattenscheid
SK Turm Emsdetten – SC Hansa Dortmund

In Berlin all four teams are considered to fight this season against relegation. In this regard every encounter is of high importance.

Playing venue: Hotel am Borsigturm, Am Borsigturm 1, 13307 Berlin

4th round: Saturday, 19th of November 2011, 2pm
SK König Tegel – Hamburger SK
USV TU Dresden – SF Berlin

5th round: Sunday, 20th of November 2011, 10 am
Hamburger SK – USV TU Dresden
SF Berlin – SK König Tegel

Live coverage:
All matches of the Schachbundesliga are covered live via our Liveportal. All games are analyzed by one of the strongest engines in the world – Houdini 2.0.

Standings after three rounds:
1. SV Wattenscheid 6
2. SG Solingen 5
3. OSG Baden-Baden 4
4. SF Berlin 4
5. Werder Bremen 4
6. SC Eppingen 4
7. SF Katernberg 4
8. SV 1930 Hockenheim 3
9. Mülheim Nord 3
10. SK König Tegel 3
11. Turm Emsdetten 3
12. USV TU Dresden 2
13. SG Trier 1
14. SC Hansa Dortmund 1
15. Hamburger SK 1
16. SC Remagen 0

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