Fancy your chances tests you on ellipsis, or omission of words.
As with many other languages, speakers of English quite often leave out words ~ most usually off the front or back of their sentences ~ where the circumstances are clear without those words, and/or perhaps urgent.
'Fancy your chances?' = '[Do you] think you are likely to do well?'
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