Murray Campbell

Member of programming team for Hitech (ACM North American Computer Champion 1985, 1989), Chiptest, Chiptest-M (ACM North American Computer Champion 1987), Deep Thought 0.02 (ACM North American Computer Champion 1988), Deep Thought (ACM North American Computer Champion 1989, World Computer Champion 1989), Deep Thought/88 (ACM North American Computer Champion 1990), Deep Thought II (ACM International Computer Champion 1991, 1994)

Member of programming team for Deep Blue, which defeated World

Champion Garry Kasparov in a game (1996) and in a match 3.5/6 (New York

1997), the first time these feats have ever been accomplished

against a reigning World Champion

Here is Deep Blue's first win over World Champion Garry Kasparov, the first

time that a computer beat a reigning World Champion:

Deep Blue - Garry Kasparov

ACM Chess Challenge, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Round 1, 1996.02.10

Here is Deep Blue's win over World Champion Garry Kasparov, in a game which

Deep Blue team member GM Joel Benjamin, referring to the move 37.

Be4, claimed (in the 2003 film Game Over: Kasparov and the

Machine) was the first game in which a computer showed that it

could play Grandmaster level chess:

Deep Blue - Garry Kasparov

IBM Man-Machine, New York, NY, USA, Round 2, 1997.05.04

Here is the final game of the match, which won the match for the computer,

the first time that a computer beat a reigning World Champion:

Deep Blue - Garry Kasparov

IBM Man-Machine, New York, NY, USA, Round 6, 1997.05.10

Copyright 2011. David Cohen.

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