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Terence P D Chapman
  
Number of games in database: 203
Years covered: 1975 to 2018
Last FIDE rating: 2236 (2205 rapid, 2213 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2312
Overall record: +69 -84 =50 (46.3%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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   R Phillips vs T Chapman (Mar-18-18) 0-1
   T Chapman vs P Cumbers (Mar-17-18) 1-0
   O Brendel vs T Chapman (Nov-10-17) 1-0
   Anthony Hughes vs T Chapman (May-02-17) 0-1
   Alex Polyakov vs T Chapman (May-01-17) 0-1

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TERENCE P D CHAPMAN
(born Jun-19-1956, 65 years old) United Kingdom

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Terry Chapman was British Under 14 champion in 1970. He became a FIDE Master in 2013.

Last updated: 2021-05-17 12:40:14

 page 1 of 9; games 1-25 of 203  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. B Carlier vs T Chapman  1-0371975The Hague-jrC29 Vienna Gambit
2. J Littlewood vs T Chapman  1-0331983BCF-chB09 Pirc, Austrian Attack
3. T Chapman vs V W Knox  ½-½211983BCF-chC73 Ruy Lopez, Modern Steinitz Defense
4. J Richardson vs T Chapman  1-0421983BCF-chA56 Benoni Defense
5. J Howell vs T Chapman  0-1461983BCF-chB08 Pirc, Classical
6. T Chapman vs J C Hawksworth  ½-½411983BCF-chC69 Ruy Lopez, Exchange, Gligoric Variation
7. C M Cooley vs T Chapman  0-1391983BCF-chB16 Caro-Kann, Bronstein-Larsen Variation
8. T Chapman vs D Cummings  0-1531983BCF-chB44 Sicilian
9. N Ivell vs T Chapman  1-0411983BCF-chB00 Uncommon King's Pawn Opening
10. T Chapman vs A A Smith  0-1331983BCF-chB32 Sicilian
11. T Chapman vs Brian R Smith  1-0171983BCF-chB13 Caro-Kann, Exchange
12. R Britton vs T Chapman  1-0371983BCF-chB10 Caro-Kann
13. T Chapman vs S G Peters 1-0342001Kidlington Congress-25B20 Sicilian
14. T Chapman vs B Savage  1-0482001Kidlington Congress-25B20 Sicilian
15. T Chapman vs M Rose 0-1232001Kidlington Congress-25B20 Sicilian
16. Kasparov vs T Chapman ½-½342001Charity Odds Match000 Chess variants
17. T Chapman vs Kasparov 0-1372001Charity Odds Match000 Chess variants
18. Kasparov vs T Chapman 1-0242001Charity Odds Match000 Chess variants
19. T Chapman vs Kasparov 1-0372001Charity Odds Match000 Chess variants
20. T Chapman vs D Eggleston  0-1392007British ChampionshipA14 English
21. T Chapman vs I Stokes  1-0312007British ChampionshipA31 English, Symmetrical, Benoni Formation
22. D Gormally vs T Chapman  1-0472007British ChampionshipB07 Pirc
23. R Griffiths vs T Chapman  ½-½172007British ChampionshipB07 Pirc
24. T Chapman vs D Hall  1-0272007British ChampionshipA15 English
25. A Lewis vs T Chapman  1-0642007British ChampionshipA31 English, Symmetrical, Benoni Formation
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jul-22-08  Karpova: Information on the Charity Odds match against Kasparov:

<The Garry Kasparov vs. Terence Chapman charity odds match will take place April 21st-22nd 2001. Kasparov will have 6 pawns and 60 minutes, Chapman all 8 pawns and 90 minutes per game.>

<Chapman himself was British under 14 Champion and London under 18 champion but had limited himself in recent years to 8 or 9 games for the Oxford and Cambridge Team in the London league. His level of activity since the challenge was accepted has risen dramatically. He hasn't played as much chess as he has this year for around 25 years. "Its a once in a lifetime opportunity" and he definitely wants to acquit himself as well as possible in this "very interesting privilege as well as I can". He has played in tournaments, with Fritz and on the Internet as much as he can given his company responsibilities. He has also studied chess, reading a few interesting books and sharpening his analytical abilities with study. He is a by his own admission a very competitive person and he is determined to be ready. To that end he has already worked with Speelman and Nunn and played a match with Julian Hodgson. In the final ten days before the match he will be off to Oxfordshire for more of the same and physical preparation also. His task will be to get close to or higher then his previous peaks, adapt to the unusual problems posed by the challenge and be sharp in readiness for the match.>

Source: http://www.chesscenter.com/twic/cha... (Mark Crowther)

Games:

R1: T Chapman vs Kasparov, 2001 0-1

R2: Kasparov vs T Chapman, 2001 1/2

R3: T Chapman vs Kasparov, 2001 1-0

R4: Kasparov vs T Chapman, 2001 1-0

Garry Kimovich won 2.5-1.5

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