Last weekend, the 2013 / 2014 season of the German Chess Major League began. Opening matches were staged in Berlin, Bremen, Emsdetten, and Munich.
Top match: Werder Bremen against SG Solingen
The opening of the German chess season 2013 / 2014 took place on Saturday, October 12th 2013; second game day was on Sunday. The organizers scheduled many interesting duels in the opening stage of the season, of which one match is particularly of interest: Werder Bremen faced the SG Solingen class action lawsuit on accutane on their home turf one the first possible date. Both teams are equally strong, which guaranteed an exciting game day. The duel of the Hamburger SK and SG Trier was also scheduled for Saturday in Bremen. On Sunday, the SG Solingen – rated favorite team – fought the Hamburger SK, while Trier was expected to lose against Bremen.
Demotion duels in Berlin
Interesting games were not only be expected in Bremen, but also at the ‘Hotel am Borsigturm’ in Berlin-Tegel. Here, the SK König Tegel had to compete against the SV Griesheim, while the SF Berlin challenged the SC Viernheim. One day later, on Sunday, the viagra forum promoted teams SC Viernheim and SK König Tegel as well as the SV Griesheim and SF Berlin faced each other. The team losing both matches of the opening weekend has a hard season ahead. In the cafeteria of the Marienschule Emsdetten, title defender OSG Baden-Baden played against the home team SK Turm Emsdetten on Saturday and against SF Katernberg on Sunday. The fourth team competing in Emsdetten is the SV Hockenheim.
Returnees of Bayern Munich generic propecia for sale with home turf advantage on first game weekend
After two years of absence in the German Chess Major League, the Bavarian chess club Bayern München is back in the race. In Munich, at the Hotel Rilano, Bayern faced opponents from the http://accutanegeneric-online.com/ SV Mülheim Nord, SV Wattenscheid, and SC Eppingen. Especially the duel between SV Mülheim Bord and SC Eppingen promised cialis online top-class entertainment.
Picture: Andreas Kontokanis
written by Michael, translated by Birthe