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🏆 Bundesliga 2008/09

Player: Andrei Volokitin

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. I A Nataf vs A Volokitin  0-1532008Bundesliga 2008/09B40 Sicilian
2. E Najer vs A Volokitin  0-1372008Bundesliga 2008/09A07 King's Indian Attack
3. A Volokitin vs Stellwagen  ½-½472008Bundesliga 2008/09B43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
4. J Jorczik vs A Volokitin  ½-½452008Bundesliga 2008/09A70 Benoni, Classical with 7.Nf3
5. McShane vs A Volokitin 1-0382008Bundesliga 2008/09B40 Sicilian
6. A Volokitin vs M Mchedlishvili  ½-½422008Bundesliga 2008/09B18 Caro-Kann, Classical
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Nov-06-08  Xeroxx: Zuerst!
Nov-06-08  FHBradley: <Xeroxx:> Glückwunsch. Das war ein toller Auftritt!
Nov-06-08  KOCMOHAYT: wer ist die Beste Manschaft? Wo kann man Programm von Ereignissen finden?
Nov-06-08  Pyke: <Kocmohayt> Versuch's doch mal hier:

Nov-06-08  Pyke: <Kocmohayt> And OSG Baden seems to be fairly strong; considering the players and the current rankings.
Nov-06-08  Pyke: By the way, Shirov (OSG Baden) seems to be in bad form.

Out of his first four games he only scored one and a half points!

Nov-06-08  KOCMOHAYT: <Pyke> Danke sehr!
Nov-06-08  Pyke: <Kocmohayt> Gern geschehn :-)
Nov-06-08  wolfmaster: Hute faw rein ent?
Nov-06-08  waustad: <wolfmaster>That reminds me of what I used to read in the Wiener Kronen Zeitung when they had an item called Wiener Spruch. It was in dialect and was very hard for a non-native reader to figure out.

Es ist schon 30 Jahre seit ich habe viele deutsche gesprochen. Es ist schwer fur mich.

Nov-07-08  swordfish: Ist heute ruhe Tag?
Nov-07-08  wolfmaster: <waustad> Feine einte wo shechi?
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  OneArmedScissor: i hob di voi lieb
Nov-07-08  Pyke: I hope you all really know what you are saying ;-)

<Swordfish> there are more "Ruhe Wochen" (rest weeks) than "Ruhe Tage" (rest days)

<Wolfmaster> You must be from Austria because you have an atrocious dialect are absolutely not comprehendable ;-) j/k

<One armed scissor> You're obviously (considering your dialect) a Bavarian. PEACE!

<waustad> Your german is pretty good! Keep it up...

P.S. Don't take the post too serious ... ;-) *grin*

Nov-16-08  herby rawley: when i was in deutchland 1954-56 as a
soldier, as a result of Yiddish I had a leg up on understanding German..I ran the Officers club in the GRAND HOTEL in Bad Nauheim. had an argument with a German civilian bartender in German and off the cuff I said to him
Vas bist du hier der ubersheismeister
we both fell out and he used it after a lot.. did it enter the language ?? have I left a legacy???
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  whiteshark: Drööm ik vun miene Kinnertied, vun't Öllernhuus,vun manche lang begrob'ne Lüüd, vun Frünn, vun Spoos, den ik so hatt - drööm ik op Platt!
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  whiteshark: Three days after the Chess Olympiad in Dresden the German "Schachbundesliga" opened its doors again for some new first-class chess encounters. The fifth, sixth and some pairings of the seventh round took place at four venues. The German champion Baden-Baden organizes his first home games this season and maintained it's leadership in the table with convincing wins. With many olympic contenders Baden-Baden is the clear favourite for the titel. In Emsdetten one of the most exciting pairings took place. The runner-up Muelheim encountered the team of Bremen who started badly in the season with some unexpected losses against lower rated teams and this continued with a 5.5-2.5 win for Muelheim. In Munich the host team failed to achieve his first points in this season against the teams of the west Solingen and Wattenscheid.

Standing so far:

[rank, club, rounds played, team points, board points]

1 OSG Baden-Baden 7 14 42,0
2 SC Kreuzberg 7 11 34,5
3 SV Muelheim-Nord 6 10 32,5
4 SC Eppingen 7 10 30,0
5 TV Tegernsee 6 10 29,0
6 SG Aljechin Solingen 7 9 30,5
7 Werder Bremen 7 9 30,0
8 SV Wattenscheid 7 8 30,5
9 Hamburger SK 7 6 25,5
10 SC Remagen 7 5 28,0
11 SF Katernberg 6 5 23,0
12 SF Berlin 7 5 22,0
13 SK Turm Emsdetten 7 4 25,0
14 SG Trier 7 2 21,0
15 USV TU Dresden 7 0 14,5
16 FC Bayern Muenchen 6 0 14,0

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  notyetagm: So who is tearing up the Bundesliga this year? Anyone know?

A few years ago IM Andrew Greet went <11/11> in the 4NCL!

Dec-17-08  shintaro go: Well so far Svidler has 4 points out of 5 games.
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  notyetagm: <shintaro go: Well so far Svidler has 4 points out of 5 games.>


Jan-05-09  waustad: Vallejo Pons is at +4.
Jan-05-09  waustad: Naiditsch is at +5!
Feb-10-09  waustad: Naiditsch is now at +6. He must be on a lower board since his opponents are all lower rated, sometimes by a lot. He isn't playing the Svidlers or Shirovs.
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  whiteshark: Zur Info:

Ist die Bundesliga die stärkste Schachliga der Welt?

<Ja!> Keine andere Liga der Welt kann mit 130 Großmeistern aufwarten. Die gemittelte Elozahl der jeweils ersten acht lag in der Saison 2007/08 bei 2580. Der Mittelwert der tatsächlich eingesetzten Spieler lag bei 2527 Elo. Nominell stärker besetzt ist nur die Russische Mannschaftsmeisterschaft, in der mehr als ein halbes Dutzend Mannschaften gemittelt über 2600 Elo an die sechs Bretter bringen. Doch dabei handelt es sich nicht um eine Liga mit einer Saison und mehreren Terminen, sondern um ein in einem Rutsch ausgetragenes Rundenturnier.


Mar-01-09  andrewleef1: lol, ich spreche ein bisschen Deutsch!
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