The 12 clubs were allowed to register 6 regular players and a maximum of 14 substitute players, but not a single club completely exhausted the registration quota. Rotation Berlin contented itself with reporting 8 players, while Motor Weimar and Buna Halle reported 19 players. Not all of the registered players were used. Rotation Berlin managed with 7 players, while at Hamburger SK most of the players played at least one competition, namely 10. A total of 100 players were used, of which 32 played all games.
A club was allowed to use a maximum of two foreigners per competition, but not all clubs made use of this right. A total of 8 foreign women were deployed, of which three came from the Soviet Union, Lyudmila Saizewa , Waleria Kalinitschewa and Marina Sokolowa (who was registered for Germany under the name Marina Olbrich from January 1992), and two from Yugoslavia and one each with Jordanka Mičić and Milka Ankerst from Hungary ( Ildikó Mádl ), Bulgaria ( Wera Pejtschewa ) and France (Gabriele Winkler).
With 9.5 points from 11 games, Wera Pejtschewa (Hamburger SK) and Waleria Kalinitschewa (Lasker Steglitz) were the most successful, Marion Heintze (Lasker Steglitz) and Brigitte Burchardt (Rotation Berlin), with Heintze playing 10 games , achieved half a point less , Burchardt 11. Ildikó Mádl (TSV Schott Mainz) was the only player to achieve 100%, but she only played two games.
The oldest player of the season was Carola Blank (* 1925) at the Krefelder SK Turm, the youngest players were Claudia Meißner and Claudia Eckhardt (both Buna Halle), born in 1977.
The tables below contain the following information:
No .: Ranking list number
Title: FIDE title at the beginning of the season (rating list from July 1991); GM = Grand Master , IM = International Master , FM = FIDE Master , WGM = Women's Grand Master, WIM = International Women's Master, WFM = FIDE Women's Master
Elo (DWZ): Elo number at the beginning of the season (rating list from July 1991); For players without an Elo rating, the DWZ (if available) is given in brackets. Since the DWZ was only introduced nationwide on January 1, 1993, some DWZ may be converted Ingo numbers .
Nation: Nationality according to the rating list from July 1991; BUL = Bulgaria, FRA = France, GER = Germany, HUN = Hungary, URS = Soviet Union, YUG = Yugoslavia
G: number of winning games
R: Number of draw games
V: number of losing games
Pkt .: Number of points achieved
Games: Number of games played
Elo performance: tournament performance of the players with at least 5 games (calculated with Swiss Chess)
Petra Feustel was called Petra Feibert from the 1992/93 season.
From the 1992/93 season, Wera Peitschewa was called Vera Peitschewa-Jürgens.
↑ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzaaabacadaeafagahaiBeate Bäumen, Petra Eilert, Sylvia Peters, Katja Velz, Annegret Haupt, Katrin Budack, Jana Grundmann, Sigrid Septinus, Linnea Bohlig, Gabriele Gola, Renate Stanke, Isabell Rödiger, Christina Paul, Annett Vogelhuber, Renate Heeg, Ruth Kleinewillinghoefe, Ancilla Strnisko , Jacinta Strnisko, Andrea Hannig, Petra Stadler, Ulrike Klein, Barbara Eipel, Tanja Haase, Sandra Lenk, Silke Boesel, Sigrid Bernhardt, Sylke Meyer, Sonja Milde, Sandra Schilde, Annett Truhn, Nicole Schwurack, Christiana Paskarbis, Nora Fenske, Karla -Davina Ludwig and Christiane Fuchs had no rating on July 1, 1991; the then DWZ could not be determined.