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Bio:Although that contest is over, he wrote, there is still a wealth of complexity to plunder. Having a computer opponent can help chess players train, writes Finley, but Kasparov also said the original draw of teaching computers to play chess wasn’t just about teaching them to win. In the 1980’s, computing in general began to explode in popularity. Personal computers were making their way into homes and offices everywhere, and amateur programmers began playing around with chess algorithms of their own creation as a hobby. Professionally made chess programs were also made available for sale to the public. These programs were only at an amateur level of strength, but they became very popular and began to cement the idea that one of the things these strange new machines were good at was playing chess.

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