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Kasparov vs. Deep Blue: The Rematch - overview


How it all went down between human and machine

deep blue logo In May 1997, IBM's Deep Blue Supercomputer played a fascinating match with Garry Kasparov, the reigning World Chess Champion. The event was captured live only on an IBM website, where millions of chess and computing fans witnessed the event in real-time.

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About the match

Game #1

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Kasparov wins!

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Game #2

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Last year's win for Deep Blue was no fluke

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Game #3

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The champion finds it difficult to pinpoint the real Deep Blue

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Game #4

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Garry Kasparov still cannot come to grips entirely with Deep Blue

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Game #5

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Deep Blue finds a way to survive

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Game #6

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Deep Blue wins match

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Game moments: Photos

1996 match

Rules of the rematch

The commentators

Meet the players

Garry Kasparov

Deep Blue

Deep Blue team

The comparison

The technology

CERN

1996 Summer Olympics

MHPCC

NASA

Charles Schwab

Anatomy of a "chest-cast"

Last updated on December 19, 2011