Chess: IBM's Deep Blue versus Garry Kasparov

In recent years, computers have been getting better and better at chess. In 1996, a computer, IBM's Deep Blue, beat chess master Garry Kasparov in the first game they played - the first time a computer had beaten the world champion. Despite Kasparov going on to win the match overall ...

Chess: B4 You Make Your Opening Move

How many great battles, ancient and modern, have been won because of the element of surprise. Doing something which the opposition just doesn't expect you to do is an awesome tactic! It applies equally on the chess battlefield.It's simple! Let me give you some free chess information, tips and tricks. ...

Games That Teach You About Math (Sudoku, Rubi...

Wouldn't it be nice if you could find a way to improveyour math skills - without doing math?Strange as it may sound, you can become better at mathin a most unlikely way:Playing games.Before I get into the games themselves, let's look atmathematics and the mental skills involved.To be good at ...

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