A man-machine match held in Bahrain from October 2-21, 2002
between World Champion Vladimir Kramnik and computer Deep
Fritz finished in a 4-4 draw, with 2 wins each and 4 draws. Game
#8 (a 21-move draw) was the shortest game of the match.
Kramnik was unable to overcome Fritz’s solid defense. With
8 processors and 6,000,000 moves per second, Deep Fritz is the most powerful Chess computer on earth.