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Garry Kasparov stretched his lead over Anatoly Karpov to 3-1 Wednesday on the second day of an exhibition chess match commemorating the 25th anniversary of their marathon first title bout.
Karpov, 58, won his first game of the unofficial tournament, which is being played in the eastern city of Valencia after Kasparov abandoned the game. Kasparov, 46, rebounded to win the second game as Karpov ran out of time.
On Tuesday, Kasparov won the first two semi-rapid games as Karpov struggled to manage his time.
In each of the four games, both players had 25 minutes on the clock and five seconds added after each move.
Playing whites in the first clash Wednesday, Karpov chose a Grunfeld Defense opening, tournament organizers said. In the second game, Kasparov, on whites, opted for a Queen's Gambit, which Karpov declined.