Reports | November 12, 2010 20:50

Bundesliga: top matches and fight against relegation

BundesligaFrom 12th to 14th of November three preponed matches of the 7th round and the regular matches of the 3rd and 4th round of the Schachbundesliga will take place at the playing venues Eppingen, Berlin, Solingen and Griesheim. All pairings and information.

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OSG Baden-Baden will play in Eppingen where it faces the host and the teams of Western Germany SV Wattenscheid and SK Turm Emsdetten. The German Champion is odds-on favourite in all matches. Again the Schachbundesliga presents the line-ups from the venue where Baden-Baden is playing in advance.

Playing venue Eppingen:

7th round: Friday, 12th of November 2010, 4pm*

  SC Eppingen                  OSG Baden-Baden  
1 Ferenc Berkes         2678   Peter Svidler        2731
2 Sergei Tiviakov       2637   Michael Adams        2728
3 Csaba Balogh          2608   Peter-Heine Nielsen  2670
4 Zoltan Gyimesi        2595   Arkadij Naiditsch    2674
5 Peter Acs             2601   Georg Meier          2659
6 Falko Bindrich        2507   Jan Gustafsson       2646
7 Arik Braun            2538   Rustem Dautov        2602
8 Zoltan Medvegy        2531   Philipp Schlosser    2574
Georg Meier, OSG Baden-Baden

Georg Meier, OSG Baden-Baden

3rd round: Saturday, 13th of November 2010, 2pm

  SC Eppingen   SK Turm Emsdetten  
1 Ferenc Berkes        2678    Anish Giri           2677
2 Sergei Tiviakov      2637    Wouter Spoelman      2538
3 Csaba Balogh         2608    Ruud Janssen         2498
4 Zoltan Gyimesi       2595    Daan Brandenburg     2519
5 Peter Acs            2601    Roeland Pruijssers   2483
6 Falko Bindrich       2507    Thomas Fiebig        2453
7 Arik Braun           2538    Christov Kleijn      2427
8 Zoltan Medvegy       2531    Christian Richter    2392
Ferenc Berkes, SC Eppingen

Ferenc Berkes, SC Eppingen

  OSG Baden-Baden              SV Wattenscheid  
1 Peter Svidler        2731    Mateusz Bartel       2599
2 Michael Adams        2728    Sebastian Bogner     2549
3 Peter-Heine Nielsen  2670    Pawel Czarnota       2524
4 Arkadij Naiditsch    2674    Alexander Rustemov   2541
5 Georg Meier          2659    Ralf Appel           2547
6 Jan Gustafsson       2646    Florian Handke       2494
7 Rustem Dautov        2602    Tobias Hirneise      2436
8 Fabian Döttling      2579    Volkmar Dinstuhl     2424
Sebastian Bogner, youngest German Grandmaster, SV Wattenscheid

Sebastian Bogner, youngest German grandmaster, SV Wattenscheid

4th round: Sunday, 14th of November 2010, 10am

  SK Turm Emsdetten            OSG Baden-Baden  
1 Anish Giri           2677    Peter Svidler        2731
2 Wouter Spoelman      2538    Michael Adams        2728
3 Ruud Janssen         2498    Peter-Heine Nielsen  2670
4 Daan Brandenburg     2519    Arkadij Naiditsch    2674
5 Roeland Pruijssers   2483    Georg Meier          2659
6 Thomas Fiebig        2453    Jan Gustafsson       2646
7 Christov Kleijn      2427    Fabian Döttling      2579
8 Christian Richter    2392    Philipp Schlosser    2574
Anish Giri, SK Turm Emsdetten

Anish Giri, SK Turm Emsdetten

  SV Wattenscheid              SC Eppingen  
1 Mateusz Bartel       2599    Ferenc Berkesz       2678
2 Sebastian Bogner     2549    Sergei Tiviakov      2637
3 Pawel Czarnota       2524    Csaba Balogh         2608
4 Alexander Rustemov   2541    Zoltan Gyimesi       2595
5 Ralf Appel           2547    Peter Acs            2601
6 Florian Handke       2494    Falko Bindrich       2507
7 Tobias Hirneise      2436    Arik Braun           2538
8 Volkmar Dinstuhl     2424    Zoltan Medvegy       2531

At the playing venue Solingen some top matches will take place. The host is one of the teams expected to end at the top half of the table at the end of the season. With Mülheim and Katernberg two teams will be present, who started perfect in the season with two wins.

Playing venue Solingen:

3rd round: Saturday, 13th of November 2010, 2pm

SG Solingen - SV Mülheim Nord
SC Remagen - SF Katernberg

4th round: Sunday, 14th of November 2010, 10am

SV Mülheim Nord - SC Remagen
SF Katernberg - SG Solingen

At the playing venue Berlin three teams will face each other, who fight against relegation. Some nerve-wracking matches can be expected.

Playing venue Berlin:

7th round: Friday, 12th of November 2010, 4pm*

SF Berlin - Hamburger SK

3rd round: Saturday, 13th of November 2010, 2pm

SF Berlin - FC Bayern München
Hamburger SK - ESV Nickelhütte Aue

4th round: Sunday, 14th of November 2010, 10am

FC Bayern München - Hamburger SK
ESV Nickelhütte Aue - SF Berlin

At the playing venue Griesheim the league leader Werder Bremen will face the teams of Griesheim and Trier. Bremen is highly favoured in these matches. The rest of the teams will try to secure some points in their fight against relegation.

Playing venue Griesheim:

7th round: Friday, 12th of November 2010, 4pm*

SV Griesheim - SG Trier

3rd round: Saturday, 13th of November 2010, 2pm

SV Griesheim - Werder Bremen
SG Trier - Delmenhorster SK

4th round: Sunday, 14th of November 2010, 10am

Werder Bremen - SG Trier
Delmenhorster SK - SV Griesheim

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*In the 7th round the matches between the travel partners take place. This round is played throughout the first half of the season.

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Castro's picture

Incredible cold blood from Berkes against Giri, in their today's game!
He squeezes a win out of something that appeared to be a torturated loss by every side!
Exactely where Giri became lost? Difficult...

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