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Garry Kasparov on Modern Chess, Part Two: Kasparov vs.
Chess champion and opposition leader Garry Kasparov blasted: "They're not just rigging the vote, they're raping the democratic system."
The former chess champion Garry Kasparov, a coalition leader and potential presidential candidate, was sentenced to five days in jail for organizing one demonstration.
Solving chess, with billions more possibilities, is still a tong way off--although in 1097, IBM's Deep Blue computer beat Garry Kasparov, who was then the world chess champion.
Chess champion Garry Kasparov was one of dozens arrested in a demo against the Russian president, which came two days after exiled tycoon Boris Berezovsky called for a revolution to topple Vladimir Putin.
n Chess genius Garry Kasparov draws 3-3 with a computer programme.
Garry Kasparov, the world's top-ranked chess player for the past 20 years, has announced his retirement from the professional circuit.
With: Garry Kasparov, Frederic Friedel, Joel Benjamin, Murray Campbell, Feng Hsuing-Tsu, John Searle, Steven Levy, Owen Williams, Jeff Kisselhof.
The heart of the solution is 64-processor IBM SP supercomputer, which is similar to the "Deep Blue" machine that defeated chess champion Garry Kasparov in 1997.
When chess computer Deep Blue triumphed over world champion Garry Kasparov in 1997, it relied heavily on extensive searches (SN: 5/17/97, p.
World chess champion Garry Kasparov has admitted at a recent press conference in London that the 'Kasparov vs.