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The report of the last round already predicted that the upcoming match against Bad Homburg was going to be a difficult one. With Gerd, not only the team captain but also the team's top scorer had to replaced.

However, before the start of the match it turned out that Bad Homburg had even greater worries in fielding their starters, such that Nied had reasons to be optimistic about the outcome of the match. But that optimism evaporated quickly when, after a quick draw by Daniel, the silence of the Albin-Göhring-Halle was disrupted by a sounding mobile phone. Tomislav had forgotten to switch off his phone and Bad Homburg did not have a choice but claiming the point by forfeit.

Not even the quick equalizer delivered by Patrick thanks to an interesting pawn sacrifice could restore the former optimism. Too bad already were the positions at the other boards. Hendrik had lost a pawn, Thomas played without a plan, Sven saw a passed pawn advancing closer and closer to his back rank and Christof had yielded the only open file to his opponent without compensation. Then the inevitable happened. Sven managed to stop the passed pawn but was mated instead. Christof allowed a royal check while trying to muddy the waters and Thomas first lost a pawn and then resigned when he believed to lose another one.

With the score now at 4,5-1,5, the top board of Bad Homburg cut short his attempts to convert his extra pawn, thus letting Hendrik off the hook with just a slap on his wrist. Our last remaining optimism was therefore about Oliver to make the best of a bad collective job. He declined a draw offer but then slowly but surely lost the thread, eventually having to resign as well on this textbook example of a bad hair day - "a pessimist is an optimist in possession of all the facts."

Nied is now in next-to-last place of the table and will attempt - be it pessimistically or optimistically - to score points again in the next round at home against Sfr. Neuberg 2.

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Hessenliga - Round 4 - 01.12.2019 Result
  SK Bad Homburg - SC 1961 König Nied 6.0 : 2.0
Board Name No. DWZ ELO   Name No. DWZ ELO  
1 Ralf Dunsbach 4 2126 2142 - Hendrik Zimmermann 1 2254 2221 0.5 : 0.5
2 Walter Schmidt 2 2192 2232 - Daniel Prenzler 2 2140 2160 0.5 : 0.5
3 Richard Kaiser 6 2059 2128 - Oliver Uwira 3 2157 2161 1.0 : 0.0
4 Ralf Nagelsdiek 7 1962 2039 - Patrick Chandler 4 2125 2155 0.0 : 1.0
5 Ramat Faqiri 8 1904 1962 - Thomas Zöller 6 1815 2002 1.0 : 0.0
6 Egon Merkle E 2088 2160 - Sven Perlitz 7 2030 2095 1.0 : 0.0
7 Manfred Kühlmeyer E 2007   - Christof Goll 8 1987 2076 1.0 : 0.0
8 Helmut Heiming E 1897 1894 - Tomislav Vukelić E   2222 1.0 : 0.0


Standings after round 4
Rank Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TP BP
1 Sfr. Dettingen XX 4.5 5.5   4.0       4.5   7 18.0
2 SK 1927 Bad Homburg 3.5 XX           4.5 6.0 5.0 6 19.0
3 Sfr. Neuberg 2 3.0   XX       5.5 4.5   5.0 6 18.0
4 SV 1920 Hofheim 2       XX   4.0 3.5 6.0   5.5 5 19.0
5 SV 1976 Griesheim 2 4.0       XX 4.5     3.5 4.0 4 16.0
6 Frankfurter TV 1860       4.0 3.5 XX 4.0   4.5   4 16.0
7 SK 1958 Gießen     2.5 4.5   4.0 XX 1.5     3 12.5
8 SC Fulda   3.5 3.5 2.0     6.5 XX     2 15.5
9 SC 1961 König Nied 3.5 2.0     4.5 3.5     XX   2 13.5
10 SC Brett vorm Kopp   3.0 3.0 2.5 4.0         XX 1 12.5