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Bundesliga Final 2008-2009

28th and 29th March 2009 in four cities across Germany

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The last two rounds of the Schachbundesliga take place 28th and 29th March 2009. OSG Baden-Baden is on top of the table and faces Solingen and Wattenscheid at home. The team from the Southwest of Germany needs only two points to celebrate his fourth title in a row. The teams of Solingen, Tegernsee, Eppingen and Bremen are fighting for two qualification places for the European Club Cup. Tegernsee and Bremen seem to have the best chances thanks to their easier schedule. After Tegernsee withdrew his team for the next season and Dresden is far behind at the bottom of the league, most likely Trier and Munich will be the two further relegated teams.

All games of the last two rounds – as all games throughout the whole season – will be covered live in the internet. You can follow the games – just click at one of the four venues – at the website of the Schachbundesliga: http://www.schachbundesliga.de/

Playing venue Baden-Baden:

Saturday, 28th of March, 2 pm (14th round)

OSG Baden-Baden – Aljechin Solingen

SC Eppingen – SV Wattenscheid

Sunday, 29th of March, 10 am (15th round)

Aljechin Solingen – SC Eppingen

SV Wattenscheid – OSG Baden-Baden

Playing venue Bremen:

Saturday, 28th of March, 2 pm (14th round)

Werder Bremen – SF Berlin

SK Turm Emsdetten – Hamburger SK

Sunday, 29th of March, 10 am (15th round)

SF Berlin – SK Turm Emsdetten

Hamburger SK – Werder Bremen

Playing venue Remagen:

Saturday, 28th of March, 2 pm (14th round)

SC Remagen – TV Tegernsee

SG Trier – Bayern München

Sunday, 29th of March, 10 am (15th round)

TV Tegernsee – SG Trier

Bayern München – SC Remagen

Playing venue Mülheim:

Saturday, 28th of March, 2 pm (14th round)

SV Mülheim Nord – SC Kreuzberg

SF Katernberg – USV TU Dresden

Sunday, 29th of March, 10 am (15th round)

SC Kreuzberg – SF Katernberg

USV TU Dresden – SV Mülheim Nord

Standings after round 13:

1. OSG Baden-Baden 24 76,0

2. SG Aljechin Solingen 21 63,0

3. TV Tegernsee 21 62,5

4. SC Eppingen 20 60,0

5. Werder Bremen 20 59,5

6. SV Mülheim-Nord 18 64,0

7. SC Kreuzberg 15 56,5

8. SV Wattenscheid 14 55,5

9. Hamburger SK 13 52,0

10. SC Remagen 10 50,5

11. SF Katernberg 8 47,5

12. SK Turm Emsdetten 8 43,0

13. SF Berlin 8 40,0

14. SG Trier 4 42,0

15. FC Bayern München 4 35,0

16. USV TU Dresden 0 25,0

OSG Baden-Baden roster (including number of games played and points):

1. Anand, Viswanathan 2783 IND GM 0/0,0

2. Carlsen, Magnus 2786 NOR GM 2/1,0

3. Shirov, Alexei 2726 ESP GM 10/6,5

4. Svidler, Peter 2727 RUS GM 7/5,5

5. Adams, Michael 2734 ENG GM 2/1,0

6. Movsesian, Sergei 2732 SVK GM 9/5,5

7. Nisipeanu, Liviu-Dieter 2684 ROU GM 8/6,0

8. Bacrot, Etienne 2705 FRA GM 9/6,5

9. Harikrishna, Pentala 2659 IND GM 4/3,0

10. Naiditsch, Arkadij 2678 GER GM 12/9,5

11. Nielsen, Peter Heine 2662 DEN GM 7/5,5

12. Vallejo, Francisco 2664 ESP GM 5/4,5

13. Caruana, Fabiano 2640 ITA GM 2/1,0

14. Dautov, Rustem 2601 GER GM 11/8,0

15. Schlosser, Phlipp 2567 GER GM 10/8,0

16. Döttling, Fabian 2564 GER GM 6/4,5

17. Beck, Frederik 2327 GER FM 0/0,0

18. Dinger, Florian 2343 GER FM 0/0,0

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