Kasparov vs Chapman

Against the odds
Terence Chapman, a former England junior international and now Chairman of a large IT company challenged Garry Kasparov to a four game match at odds of two pawns at Simpsons in the Strand, the spiritual home of chess and the venue for odds matches in the 19th century. Chapman covered himself in glory by winning the third game but Kasparov won overall 2.5-1.5. It was a fascinating contest, as Kasparov said: one pawn is not enough but two pawns is too much! More... >>>

Game 1 Chapman 0-1 Kasparov
Game 2 Kasparov 1/2 Chapman
Game 3 Chapman 1-0 Kasparov
Game 4 Kasparov 1-0 Chapman

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