Chess legend Gary Kasparov, matched wits with the Israeli-programmed computer Deep Junior, a three-time world Champion, which won the last official world Chess Championship for computers in July 2002 in Maastricht, Netherlands against 18 other machines.
Gary Kasparov is regarded as the greatest player in history and Deep Junior -- which hasn’t lost to a human in two years -- is billed as the world Champion Computer. The
six games match were played over a two-week period beginning January 26 and ending February 7, 2003 at the New York Athletic Club. Final score was 3-3.