This game will undoubtedly go down as one of the most famous games in the annals of Chess. In unceremonious fashion,
and after having played a mere eighteen moves over a
period of only an hour, Gary Kasparov, the strongest human Chess
player of all time got up from the playing table, resigned, and
walked off in a huff. He had lost the game, the match, a pile of
money, and a great deal of prestige. Forever after, he will be remembered as the first Chess
champion to be trounced by a supercomputer.