Last modified: May 12, 1997 12:30 PM PDT
Kasparov vs. Deep Blue: The moves
The supercomputer Deep Blue
has made chess history by defeating
Garry Kasparov for an overall victory in their six-game rematch, the first time a computer has triumphed over a reigning world champion in a classical match. The match score of 3-1/2 points to 2-1/2 points was achieved with wins by the computer system in games two and six and three draws. According to a CNET NEWS.COM Poll
conducted last week, 66 percent of the readers who responded to the survey believed that Kasparov would ultimately prevail and win the match.
The winning moves
Game 6 to Deep Blue in 19 moves
Length of game: Just over 1 hour
Deep Blue plays white
Game 5 ends in draw in 49 moves
Length of game: Just over 4 hours
Kasparov plays white
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IBM's Web site has
complete schedule information and a play-by-play animation of each game.