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Garry Kasparov beats Deep Blue

Garry Kasparov beats Deep Blue.

17 February, 1996

World champion Garry Kasparov beat IBM chess playing supercomputer Deep Blue on 17th February 1996 in Philadelphia. The match consisted of 6 games and though the machine had won it’s first game against the world champion a few days before, Kasparov finished by winning three and drawing two games.

A year later, Deep Blue finally became the first computer to defeat a world champion.

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