Leagues, round 9: Seasonal goal staying up achieved
The best single result achieved Ingo Walch with six points out of nine games. With a positive balance also concluded FM Patrick Bensch (5.5 points out of 9 games) and Klaus Schwarzmeier (5 points out of 7 games) the season,
The second team succeeded in finishing the Niederbayernliga season with a victory over SC Deggendorf SV 2. By achieving this victory, it made good one more place and landed in the final standings on fifth place.
High flyer Martin Metodiev may be glad in his first league season about the (inofficial) title of topscorer: He collected 5.5 points in seven appearances. Clearly over the 50 % threshold also lie Andreas Siemens and Josef Staller with 4.5 points out of six games in each case. Positive mention deserves as well Klaus's Wiedmann balanced result on the top board, 4.5 points out of nine games.
FM Patrick Bensch club champion once more
A total of 18 players participated in the club tournament, which took place in the autumn-winter semester.
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Simon Rueß wins youth comperative tournament
Eggenfelden-based club meetings from May 5 again in the Bacchus-Stub'n
GM Petr Haba wins 1st Rottal Chess Open (Report for the PNP sports section by Josef König)52-year-old Czech chess player wins thanks to a better tiebreak ahead of Andreas Peschel (SG Solingen), Bernd Reinhard (BG Buchen) and FM Martin Riediger (SC Rottal-Inn).
Pfarrkirchen (jk) - The fall of the grandmaster did not appear: Favorite Petr Haba (CZ) took first place at the 1. Rottaler Schach-Open in the lower bavarian Pfarrkirchen after a very tight race. The 52-year-old chess professional (ELO 2458) remained undefeated to score 5.5 points from seven games and 33 Buchholz points. Andreas Peschel (SG Solingen) with 32 Buchholz points, Bernd Reinhardt (BG Buchen) with 31.5 and FM Martin Riediger (SC Rottal-Inn) with 30.0 followed on the next places. 58 brain gamers from all over Germany were active over the chessboard from Good Friday to Easter Monday.
At the premiere of the Rottal Chess Open the routine of the grandmaster prevailed: Petr Haba drew against the three closest persuers, in the other four games he won. After the fifth round, the three-time Czech champion, who plays for the Erfurter SK in the 2nd Bundesliga, took the lead. Two draws in the last two rounds were enough, as the competitors for tournament victory also shared the points. With a win in the last round Fide Master Martin Riediger (SC Rottal-Inn) caught up with the victor remaining undefeated as best local player.
Final standings: 1. GM Petr Haba (Erfurter SK / CZ) 5.5 / 7 games / 33.0 Buchholz; 2. Andreas Peschel (SG Solingen) 5.5 / 32.0; 3. Bernd Reinhardt (BG Buchen) 5.5 / 31.5; 4. FM Martin Riediger (SC Rottal-Inn) 5.5 / 30.0; 5. Uwe Kleibel (SV Röhrnbach) 5.0 / 32.0; 6. Klaus Schwarzmeier (SC Rottal-Inn) 5.0 / 30.5; 7. Alexander Stadler (SC Vilshofen) 5.0 / 30.0 / 19.25; 8. Horst Pruesse (SG Neubrandenburg) 5.0 / 30 / 19.00; 9. Waldemar Golder (FC Ergolding) 5.0 / 27.5; 10. Holger Ziegenfuss (SV Göttingen) 4,5 / 29,5 / 16,25; 11. Arthur Gil (SU Ebersberg-Grafing) 4.5 / 29.5 / 16.0; 12. Udo Scharrer (Dicker Turm Esslingen) 4.5 / 27.5; 13. Norbert Frühauf 4,5 / 27,0; 14. Gerhard Spiesberger (both SC Rottal-Inn) 4.5 / 26; 15. Ruediger Bartsch (SC Ortenburg) 4,5 / 25,5; 16. Antonia Ziegenfuss (OSG Baden-Baden) 4,5 / 25,0; 17. Bernd Grill 4.0 / 30.0; 18. Hartmut Hehn (both SV Ebersbach) 4,0 / 28,5; 19. Hubert Beutel (SK Passau) 4.0 / 27.5; 20. Tim Schmitz (SC Sendling) 4.0 / 24.0.
Special prices: Best player with a rating under 1800 DWZ: Ruediger Bartsch (SC Ortenburg), under 1600 DWZ: Alfons Breu (TSV Trostberg), Best Senior. Horst Pruesse (SG Neubrandenburg), best player under 18: Antonia Ziegenfuss (OSG Baden-Baden).
Final standings, results of the rounds 1-7 and much more:
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