Chess Report - Deep Thought Wins Fredkin Intermediate Prize

@article{Berliner1989ChessR,
  title={Chess Report - Deep Thought Wins Fredkin Intermediate Prize},
  author={Hans J. Berliner},
  journal={AI Mag.},
  year={1989},
  volume={10},
  pages={89-90}
}
Since May 1988, Deep Thought (DT), the creation of a team of students at Carnegie Mellon University, has been attracting a lot of notice. In the Fredkin Masters Open, May 28-30, DT tied for second in a field of over 20 masters and ahead of three other computers, including Hitech and Chiptest (the winner of the 1987 North American Computer Championships). In August at the U.S. Open, DT scored 8.5, 3.5 to tie for eighteenth place with Arnold Denker among others. Its performance was marred by… 
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