The lessons that chess legend, Garry Kasparov, didn’t intend to teach us

Kasparov anguishes over the looming prospect of defeat to Deep Blue (1997)
Kasparov anguishes over the looming prospect of defeat to Deep Blue (1997)

In the 1990’s chess computers were becoming stronger and stronger. By the halfway point of the decade, the threat of computer’s overtaking man’s ability in chess was very real. However, Garry Kasparov, the world’s top rated chess player from 1986 until retirement in 2005, was confident he would…