Deep Blue (Computer) Vs Gary Kasparov is the generic name for the famous 6-game chess matches between the IBM Deep Blue supercomputer and the current 1996 chess world champion Gary Kasparov.
This first match was played in February 1996 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, which was won by Gary Kasparov
This first game of the match became the first time that a computer beat the world champion, under normal tournament conditions, with a control time equal to that of official chess competitions.
I present below the first game of this interesting match for study and analysis
Deep Blue (Computer) vs Garry Kasparov
White: Deep Blue (Computer)
Blacks: Garry Kasparov
To play the queen prematurely, I consider it a bad play and of novices; since the opponent begins to attack it and the lady to retreat, achieving with this that the opponent develops more his pieces
27...Rd8 28.Qb6 Qg5 29.Re1 f4 30.Kh2 Rg8 31.Rg1 Ne5
better is 30...Qg5 31.h4 Qh5 32.Qxd4 f6 33.Qxf4 Qg6 34.g3 Nd3
If Black played 35...Qxf7 36.Qd8+ Kg7 37.Qg5+ Kf8 38.Rxf7+ Kxf7 39.Qh5+ +
I hope you enjoyed this interesting game won by the computer to the world champion at that time.
I thank you very much for your valuable opinion