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Garry Kasparov vs Terence P D Chapman
Charity Odds Match (2001) (exhibition), London ENG, rd 4, Apr-22
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Jul-18-03  refutor: in some games in this match chapman played well...while in others, like this one, chapman looked like a master playing v. the world champ :) in an unrelated note, who says that giving odds always gives you a worse position? set up the starting position of the muzio gambit (1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf 3.Nf3 g5 4.Bc4 g4 5.O-O gxf3) up against a friend and see who has the better of it? the missing queen's knight actually helps white's already rapid development in this line, because it allows the rook to get into action more quickly
Jul-18-03  Benjamin Lau: The thing about giving odds is that it's like an inherent sacrifice but that you have no benefit except for quicker development like Refutor mentioned if certain pieces are missing or open lines, like in this case because pawns are missing.
Feb-01-09  WhiteRook48: I suppose an open a-file was of benefit to Kasparov
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  HeMateMe: Why didn't black put his center pawns into play? He hung back and let Kasparov do what he wanted.

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