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106927003886277760 November 19, 2003

Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
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“With your brainpower, you challenged my Intel Quad Processor, Xeon 2.8 Mhz chip with four gigs of RAM,” it said. “Not an easy task.”
X3D Fritz tempted Garry Kasparov to enter a variation that had worked for him before. Kasparov declined the machine’s ploy and played through sharp complications to reach safe harbor and a draw with the black pieces. After 27 moves there was total equality and simplifications and the draw was agreed. [more]

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