Bobby Fischer was able to give Pawn and move to at least some other American Grandmasters, but in 5-minute games; in tournament games, surely it would have been impossible even for Bobby?
Of course, these figures are relative, and also very inaccurate, but as a general principle we have an equivalence of one Point Count Chess "point" to 40 USCF ELO rating points, and four-or-five Point Count units to 125 Elo units. I can smell a flexible handicap system here, using the subtle gradations of piece strengths available in Chess with Different Armies.
Positional advantage, material advantage, the values of chess pieces, and the ELO ratings of chess players, can all be translated into each other through the medium of winning percentages.
Is this the Chess version of a Unified Field Theory?