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Kasparov ties Deep Blue 1-1

World chess champion Garry Kasparov lost his first match against IBM's chess computer Deep Blue on Saturday, but took the prize on Sunday after five hours and 45 minutes.

World chess champion Garry Kasparov lost his first match against IBM's Deep Blue computer on Saturday, but took the prize on Sunday after five hours and 45 minutes.

Saturday marked the first time a computer has ever beaten a chess champion. Chess masters and IBM programmers were surprised that the game took only three hours. Kasparov won yesterday's game in 73 moves.

For a seat next to Kasparov at tomorrow's match, go to the Kasparov vs. Deep Blue site.