Title: Man playing L'Excentrique at 10th North America Computer Chess Championship in Detroit, Michigan
Photographer: Newborn, Monroe
Size: 870 KB
Credit Line: Gift of Monroe Newborn
One of French entrant l'Excentrique's developers ponders his next move at the 10th North American Computer Chess Championship. Supercomputer-based Chess 4.9 won the tournament, followed closely by custom chess machine Belle. Sargon 2.5, the only microprocessor-based chess program in the tournament, came in an impressive seventh place.