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This is Game 1 of the 1997 rematch Kasparov vs Deep Blue. IBM's Man vs. Machine event was held in May of 1997 in New York City, New York. This rematch between World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov and IBM supercomputer Deep Blue has been called "the most spectacular chess event in history".
great jerry! tnx
Thanks for presenting this great historical game!
I don’t know whether computers are improving the style of play, I know they are changing it. Chess has become a different game, one could say that computers have changed the world of chess. That is pretty clear. - Vladimir Kramnik
Rybka (for example) resigns when it is +5.00 (or something) for 3 or 5 consecutive moves.
Man defeats machine! Woo Hoo!
@_@ quite a bit of information for such a short video... good stuff though =]
Ah, ok, thanks for clarifacation.
I'm pretty sure Deep blue is programmed to use time by itself and resign whenever it wants to. Atleast my houdini knows how to spend time/resign.
Yeah, SazerX has it right.
Ahh your right I didn't see that knight block. Thank you.
Isnt Qg8 met by Nf8?
At 11:50 wouldn't white want to play Qg8 mate?
Great explanations, thank you!
And how does a computer resign?????
Also, how long did they give Deep Blue to think for each move in this game?
Why 12.a3 for white?
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