Reports | December 17, 2007 19:42

[lang_nl]Baden-Baden weer koploper[/lang_nl][lang_en]Baden-Baden leader again[/lang_en]

[lang_nl]Voor de winterstop inging, heeft landskampioen OSC Baden-Baden dit weekend met drie andere clubs hun gemiste derde en vierde ronde van de Bundesliga ingehaald. Daarmee werd orde op zake gesteld, want met overwinningen op Turm Trier, SC 1950 Remagen en Godesberger SK pakte het thuisteam, met Peter Svidler op bord ?ɬ©?ɬ©n, de koppositie van de Duitse competitie.[/lang_nl][lang_en]Before the "winterstop" started, this weekend title holder OSC Baden-Baden and three other clubs catched up with the other teams, and played their third and fourth rounds of the Bundesliga. After this the situation in the German national league is back to normal, because with victories against Turm Trier, SC 1950 Remagen and Godesberger SK the home team, with Peter Svidler on board one, took the lead.[/lang_en]

[lang_nl]In het gebouw van Grenkeleasing AG (de sponsor van Baden-Baden, een grote leasefirma van computer- en communicatieapparatuur) werden vrijdag, zaterdag en zondag vijf wedstrijden afgewerkt. Dit zoals gebruikelijk in Duitsland, waar de afstanden groot zijn en gezamenlijke wedstrijden geen overbodige luxe.

Enkele fragmenten:

Alle uitslagen:

[TABLE=63]

Dit betekent dat de huidige stand van de Bundesliga er nu zo uitziet:

[TABLE=64][/lang_nl][lang_en]In the main building of Grenkeleasing AG (Baden-Baden's sponsor, a big lease firm of computer and communication devices) five matches were played on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Quite common in Germany, where the distances are long and joint matches form the logical answer to potential logistical problems.

Some fragments:

All results:

[TABLE=63]

This means the current standings of the Bundesliga look like this:

[TABLE=64][/lang_en]

Peter Doggers's picture
Author: Peter Doggers

Founder and editor-in-chief of ChessVibes.com, Peter is responsible for most of the chess news and tournament reports. Often visiting top events, he also provides photos and videos for the site. He's a 1.e4 player himself, likes Thai food and the Stones.

Chess.com

Comments

peter's picture

A heavily edited form of PalView.

drunknknite's picture

I had no idea this was going on, Svidler sure is playing a lot of events though, coming from the World Cup and headed to the Russian Championship.

What did you use to publish these games?

Latest articles