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Andrew Cole

Why You Should Always Drive With Both Hands on the Wheel

2004
Digital Art

© Andrew Cole

Description

This image represents the moves made in the second of four chess games played by Garry Kasparov vs. the chess computer X3D Fritz in November, 2003. It was his last match against a chess computer, with each side winning a game and two draws.  X3D Fritz won the game as white, playing the Ruy Lopez opening.  Kasparov blundered on his 32nd move under time pressure and disconnected his rooks, allowing a crushing pin and losing a pawn.

Full Artwork Details
Artist: Andrew Cole
Title: Why You Should Always Drive With Both Hands on the Wheel
Date: 2004
Medium: Digital Art
Medium Category: Drawing
Genre: Abstract
Original Dimensions:
Copyright: Andrew Cole
ArtSlant Awards: 4th 2011 Showcase Winner in the painting Category
Selected as part of the Newest Print Editions Curation Category
Primary color: 
Tags: Chess

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