Kasparov Wins in Computer Chess Match

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Kasparov Wins in Computer Chess Match

Chess great Garry Kasparov on Sunday virtually shut down computer program “X3D Fritz” to score a vital win in the third game of his latest man vs. machine match. “World No. 1 Kasparov, 40, had a winning position with the white pieces after only 16 moves and coasted until the computer’s programmers resigned on its 45th turn after more than four hours of play.”

Story from Reuters

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