Garry Kasparov takes game three against X3D Fritz
By Mike Hanlon
June 4, 2004
Garry Kasparov has bounced back from his loss on Friday to win game three against the awesome processing power of X3D Fritz.
Kasparov played a "picture-perfect" game forcing the computer - which can see almost four million positions per second - to submit after five hours of play.
The result ties the match with one decisive game to go, on Tuesday 11/18 at 1PM.