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Kasparov vs. Deep Blue: The moves

Check out the winning moves for each game of what some are calling the chess match of the century.

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. Game 4 ends in draw in 56 moves
Length of game: 5 hours
Deep Blue plays white

Game 3 ends in draw in 48 moves
Length of game: 4 hours, 28 minutes
Kasparov plays white

Game 2 to Deep Blue in 45 moves
Length of game: 3 hours, 44 minutes
Deep Blue plays white

Game 1 to Kasparov in 45 moves
Length of game: 3 hours, 45 minutes
Kasparov plays white

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