Kasparov takes virtual draw in 3D chess

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Kasparov takes virtual draw in 3D chess

World No. 1 chess player Garry Kasparov was held to a draw on Tuesday in the first game of his latest match against a computer and admitted having difficulty with the program’s virtual reality component. “Kasparov and the programmers of “X3D Fritz” agreed to a draw on the 37th move after three hours and 20 minutes of play in a hard-fought game in which Kasparov won a powerful rook in exchange for a bishop and a pawn in the middlegame, but could not convert that slight material advantage into a victory.”

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