Kasparov's Nightmare

Wave your mouse over the brain and see what great players said about the match.

"The last time I was surprised by the strength of the machine. This time I know what to expect... I mustn't take the match too lightly"

Kasparov

"Unlike Fritz, I cannot do ( process ) millions of moves per second. I would be very happy with one move per second. But humans have an advantage over the computer mostly on strategical points of the game and therefore we can make long-term strategies much better than computers."

Kramnick

"Don't worry, kids. You'll find work. After all, my machine will need strong chess player-programmers. You will be the first."  Botvinick said to Karpov and  other students in 1963, regarding his computer chess program which he claimed would eventually defeat the world champion.

Botvinick

" I just think we should look at this as a chess match," he said, "between the world's greatest chess player and Garry Kasparov. "

Gerstner (IBM)

Go the the Deep Blue Index

 

Match Games of Deep Blue Vs Kasparov, one of the most famous matches of all time. For years people talked about when a computer could beat the World Chess Champion. It happened quicker than people thought in 1997.

 

Match 1 Deep Blue Vs Kasparov 1996

Here Kasparov woops the computer in a 6 game match. No one was suprised my this outcome. See all the games .

The Rematch Deep Blue Vs Kasparov 1997

Here the computer barely beats Kasparov in a 6 game match. This outcome shocked the world. See all the games.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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