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Schachbundesliga – Start of the Season 2010-2011

Playing venues in Baden-Baden, Bremen, Wattenscheid and Aue

The Schachbundesliga starts its season at 8th of October 2010 with three encounters of the 7th round and at the weekend with the regular first two rounds at the venues Baden-Baden, Bremen, Wattenscheid and Aue. The Schachbundesliga also presents a novelty. All games are presented within a new designed live portal with some really nice features.

The season starts with some top games in Baden-Baden. The four teams involved in this venue present 27 grandmasters and some really interesting faces and players. The top game of the weekend takes place between Baden-Baden and Solingen on Saturday.

The runner-up Bremen welcomes at home the teams of Delmenhorst, Hamburg and Berlin. Bremen is theoretically the only serious contender of Baden-Baden and odds-on favourite at the first weekend.

At the venue Wattenscheid, a part of the city of Bochum, the home team welcomes the teams of Emsdetten, Trier and Griesheim. Here some interesting young players can be awaited. Wattenscheid is playing with the youngest German grandmaster, Sebastian Bogner, and Emsdetten will probably playing with young dutch prodigy Anish Giri.

Baden baden

OSG Baden-Baden holds five consecutive titles in the highest German chess league

At the venue Aue, a city from far east of Germany, the teams of Nickelhütte Aue, Bayern München, Katernberg and Mülheim will meet for their matches. Aue, who promoted in the Schachbundesliga, is one of the underdogs in the league.

As in the last season the Schachbundesliga publishes the lineups of the teams involved at the venue, where Baden-Baden is playing. The pairings of the weekend are as follows:

7th round: Friday, 8th of October 2010, 4pm*

Werder Bremen – Delmenhorster SK

SV Wattenscheid – SK Turm Emsdetten

ESV Nickelhütte Aue – FC Bayern München

1st round: Saturday, 9th of October 2010, 2 pm

Playing venue Baden-Baden

OSG Baden-Baden - SG Solingen

1 Peter Svidler 2731 - Chanda Sandipan 2641

2 Sergei Movsesian 2723 - Jan Werle 2574

3 Etienne Bacrot 2716 - Predrag Nikolic 2597

4 Michael Adams 2728 - Markus Ragger 2628

5 Francisco Vallejo Pons 2697 - Romain Edouard 2636

6 Arkadij Naiditsch 2674 - Artur Jussupow 2589

7 Jan Gustafsson 2646 - Sipke Ernst 2587

8 Philipp Schlosser 2574 - Alexander Naumann 2544

SC Eppingen - SC Remagen

1 Evgeny Postny 2595 - Tigran Gharamian 2658

2 Zoltan Gyimesi 2595 - Mircea Parligras 2601

3 Falko Bindrich 2507 - Jean-Marc Degraeve 2561

4 Arik Braun 2538 - Alexandre Dgebuadze 2524

5 Robert Ruck 2555 - Benjamin Bok 2453

6 Namig Guliyev 2510 - Bart Michiels 2459

7 Zoltan Medvegy 2531 - Petar Popovic 2495

8 Elisabeth Pähtz 2467 - Jens Kipper 2394

Playing venue Bremen

Werder Bremen – Hamburger SK

Delmenhorster SK – SF Berlin

Playing venue Wattenscheid

SV Wattenscheid – SG Trier

SK Turm Emsdetten – SV Griesheim

Playing venue Aue

ESV Nickelhütte Aue – SV Mülheim Nord

FC Bayern München – SF Katernberg

2nd round: Sunday, 10th of October 2010, 10 am

Plaiyng venue Baden-Baden

SG Solingen – SC Eppingen

1 Chanda Sandipan 2641 - Evgeny Postny 2595

2 Jan Werle 2574 - Zoltan Gyimesi 2595

3 Predrag Nikolic 2597 - Falko Bindrich 2507

4 Markus Ragger 2628 - Arik Braun 2538

5 Romain Edouard 2636 - Robert Ruck 2555

6 Artur Jussupow 2589 - Namig Guliyev 2510

7 Sipke Ernst 2587 - Zoltan Medvegy 2531

8 Alexander Naumann 2544 Elisabeth Pähtz 2467

SC Remagen - OSG Baden-Baden

1 Tigran Gharamian 2658 – Peter Svidler 2731

2 Mircea Parligras 2601 - Sergei Movsesian 2723

3 Jean-Marc Degraeve 2561 - Etienne Bacrot 2716

4 Alexandre Dgebuadze 2524 - Michael Adams 2728

5 Benjamin Bok 2453 - Francisco Vallejo Pons 2697

6 Bart Michiels 2459 - Arkadij Naiditsch 2674

7 Petar Popovic 2495 - Jan Gustafsson 2646

8 Jens Kipper 2394 - Philipp Schlosser 2574

Playing venue Bremen

Hamburger SK – Delmenhorster SK

SF Berlin – Werder Bremen

Playing venue Wattenscheid

SG Trier – SK Turm Emsdetten

SV Griesheim – SV Wattenscheid

Playing venue Aue

SV Mülheim Nord – FC Bayern München

SF Katernberg – ESV Nickelhütte Aue

All games of the Schachbundesliga are covered live in the internet. This season the games are presented within a new live portal. Its possible to follow any game just by one click and all games are analyzed by a strong engine. Also it’s possible to register for a chat and to communicate with other users. Also its possible to download all games by one click.

*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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