In 1989, Kasparov easily defeated by the score of 2-0 Deep Thought , a supercomputer specializes in chess and can calculate 720 000 counts per second.
In 1994, Fritz 3 (running on a Pentium 90 MHz) wins a game in a blitz tournament against Gary Kasparov and they finish tied. Kasparov beats into parts of separated: 4-1. Kasparov faces as Chess Genius 2.9 (running on a Pentium 100 Mhz) to the general price of Intel in London in semi-rapid (30 min. party) and lost 1.5-0.5.
In February 1996, Kasparov faces Deep Blue , developed by Feng-hsiung Hsu from IBM in six games, losing the first part of the game, but won three and then cancels the other.
In May 1997, he lost the rematch against Deeper Blue , this is the first time a computer beat a world champion officially in match singular normal pace of competition. Deeper Blue was capable of calculating 100 million to 300 million moves per second, defeated Kasparov 3.5 to 2.5 in a match of 6 games.
In January 2003, Kasparov faces Deep Junior , a program that runs on a multiprocessor computer, in a league match of the world man-machine under the auspices of FIDE, with a purse of 1 million USD ; match ends in a draw 3-3 ( 1 -1 online casino slots = 4).
In November 2003, Kasparov played a match of four games against the program X3D Fritz , whose ranking is estimated at 2807, using a virtual scene, stereoscopic glasses and a system for speech recognition. The match again ended in a draw ( 1 -1 = 2) and Kasparov wins the award of 175 000 USD.
Retreat Chess (2005)
After his defeat in 2000, Kasparov multiplies tournament wins, despite a few cons-passing performance in 2003 and 2004. Between 2000 and 2005, various attempts to reunify the world title (the most serious is the agreement of Prague in 2002) or to organize a re-match against Kramnik fail.
On March 11, 2005, after winning the prestigious Linares tournament for the ninth time in his career, he announced his retirement from professional chess world. His name was dropped from the ELO rating in April 2006 after being idle for over a year, as required by the FIDE rules.
Kasparov has also written an autobiography, And the fool became king (1987) and several books including the series of chess books My Great Predecessor (On my great predecessors), in 5 volumes.
In 2008 during the Corsican Circuit, he faces five players simultaneously in Corsica and win 5-0.
In 2009 and 2010, Kasparov led Magnus Carlsen and allowed him to reach first place in the world rankings in January 2010