Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Schachbundesliga 7th and 8th round of the 2013/14 season


7th and 8th round of the 2013/14 season

After a traditionally long winter break the 7th and 8th round of the Schachbundesliga take place at the 8th and 9th of February . The German champion Baden-Baden awaits the two teams of Berlin at home and is odds-on favourite to keep a clean record this season.

The top pairings take place in Mülheim where the host awaits with Bremen and Hamburg two teams of the top of the table. The remaining venues will cover mostly matches against relegation, especially at the venue Trier.

Take a look at the parings:

Playing venue Baden-Baden

7th round: Saturday, 8th of February 2014, 2pm CET
OSG Baden-Baden - SF Berlin
SV Hockenheim - SK König Tegel

8th round: Sunday, 9th of February 2014, 10am CET
SF Berlin - SV Hockenheim
SK König Tegel - OSG Baden-Baden

Playing venue Mülheim

7th round: Saturday, 8th of February 2014, 2pm CET
SV Mülheim Nord - Werder Bremen
SV Wattenscheid - Hamburger SK

8th round: Sunday, 9th of February 2014, 10am CET
Werder Bremen - SV Wattenscheid
Hamburger SK - SV Mülheim Nord

Playing venue Emsdetten

7th round: Saturday, 8th of February 2014, 2pm CET
SK Turm Emsdetten - SC Eppingen
SF Katernberg - Bayern München

8th round: Sunday, 9th of February 2014, 10am CET
SC Eppingen - SF Katernberg
Bayern München - SK Turm Emsdetten

Playing venue Trier

7th round: Saturday, 8th of February 2014, 2pm CET
SG Trier - SV Griesheim
SG Solingen - SC Viernheim

8th round: Sunday, 9th of February 2014, 10am CET
SV Griesheim - SG Solingen
SC Viernheim - SG Trier

Live coverage:


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Further information:


- Time control: Fischer long, 100 minutes/40 moves + 50 minutes/20 moves + 15 minutes for the rest of the game + 30 seconds per move
- Default time: max. 30 minutes
- Delay of the games as precaution against electronic cheating

All teams and players of the Schachbundesliga

Standings after six rounds


Ranking Team Points 


1. OSG Baden-Baden 12
2. Werder Bremen 10
3. SG Solingen 9
4. SV 1930 Hockenheim 8
5. Hamburger SK 8
6. SC Eppingen 8
7. SK Turm Emsdetten 8
8. SV Mülheim Nord 7
9. SG Trier 6
10. SV Wattenscheid 1930 5
11. SF Katernberg 5
12. SF Berlin 1903 3
13. SV Griesheim 3
14. FC Bayern München 2
15. SK König Tegel 1
16. SC Viernheim 1

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Baden Baden wins every year.