It was on this week in history that a world-class champion chess player lost a match to a computer in a tournament.
On May 11, 1997 Chess Grandmaster Garry Kasparov resigned after 19 moves in a game against "Deep Blue".
"Deep Blue" is a chess-playing computer developed by scientists at IBM.
It was the sixth and final game of the match, which Kasparov lost two games to one, with three draws.
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