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August 22, 1974: Chess Cheers for Kaissa

Source:  TNMOC

A Chess enthusiast, accustomed to the quiet tension of the conventional tournament, would have found a very different atmosphere in the first world chess championship for computers, held in the Birger Jarl Hotel, Stockholm.

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