Schachbundesliga - 8th and 9th round on 4-5th February Print
Friday, 03 February 2012 06:03
schachbundesligaThe most interesting match of the weekend probably will take place in Berlin, where the host team meets OSG Baden-Baden. After signing a handful of new players - in particular Levon Aronian - Berlin is one of the major surprises in the current season. Join the games via our Liveportal at Saturday to see if the winner of Tata Steel Chess 2012 is playing for his German team.

Playing venue: Town hall Schöneberg, Willy-Brandt-Saal, John-F.-Kennedy-Platz, 10825 Berlin

8th round: Saturday, 4th of February 2012, 2pm
SF Berlin - OSG Baden-Baden
Hamburger SK - SG Trier

9th round: Sunday, 5th of February 2012, 10 am
OSG Baden-Baden - Hamburger SK
SG Trier - SF Berlin

The top match of the weekend takes place in Emsdetten, where Werder Bremen meets Mülheim on Sunday. These are the best teams after Baden-Baden, so expect a bunch of world class players facing each other.

Playing venue: VerbundSparkasse Emsdetten-Ochtrup, Kirchstraße 30-34, 48282 Emsdetten

8th round: Saturday, 4th of February 2012, 2pm
SK Turm Emsdetten - SV Mülheim Nord
Werder Bremen - SF Katernberg

9th round: Sunday, 5th of February 2012, 10 am
SV Mülheim Nord - Werder Bremen
SF Katernberg - SK Turm Emsdetten

In Solingen the host team is odds-on favourite against Wattenscheid and Dortmund. The rest of the teams in this venue is fighting against relegation. In this regard especially the match between Remagen and Dortmund is very crucial.

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

8th round: Saturday, 4th of February 2012, 2pm
SG Solingen - SV Wattenscheid
SC Remagen - Hansa Dortmund

9th round: Sunday, 5th of February 2012, 10 am
SV Wattenscheid - SC Remagen
Hansa Dortmund - SG Solingen

In Dresden the host team and König Tegel (Berlin) expect their rivals Eppingen and Hockenheim. The last-mentioned are highly-favoured in these matchups.

Playing venue: UKA-Konferenzsaal, Dr. Eberle-Platz 1, 01622 Meißen

8th round: Saturday, 4th of February 2012, 2pm
USV TU Dresden - SC Eppingen
SK König Tegel - SV Hockenheim

9th round: Sunday, 5th of February 2012, 10 am
SC Eppingen - SK König Tegel
SV Hockenheim - USV TU Dresden

Live coverage:
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Standings after seven rounds

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

 
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