chess match

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Noun1.chess match - a match between chess playerschess match - a match between chess players  
match - a formal contest in which two or more persons or teams compete
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While the above-mentioned chess match was in 2017, we can only assume that it took several years to build AlphaZero.
A chess match in the name of peace was held in Azerbaijan's Shamkir district between five schoolchildren who are members of the Azerbaijani community of the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan and world champion Magnus Carlsen, Trend reports.
| February 10 CHESS grandmaster Garry Kasparov competed in a six-game chess match against IBM computer "Deep Blue" today in 1996, under tournament conditions.
? Chess match This was a really interesting chess match between Monk and Potter.
"Just like before, winning in the finals all depends on their willingness and desire," said de Jesus, who is tipped to be seriously challenged by fellow Far Eastern University alum in Petron coach Shaq Delos Santos in their chess match at the sidelines.
"It's going to be a chess match," Tenorio declared.
Back in 1996, Deep Blue, developed by IBM, was the first computer chess-playing machine to win both a chess game and a chess match against a reigning world champion under regular time controls.
"In the first half I think it was a bit of a chess match but our subs coming on made a massive impact," said Bargoed coach Lynch.
The small crowd had to endure the drab draw, a chess match which garnered as much enthusiasm as staring at a wall to watch the paint dry.
Elsewhere, while Bernadette plays her chess match, Karen and Keegan spot missed calls from Ted on Bernadette's phone...
Ted is doing his best to ignore his angina pains, but when Bernadette wins a tense chess match against a tough opponent, it's too much for him and he visibly winces.
The referees were on their way from the northern West Bank to Nahhalin town, west of Bethlehem, to participate in a chess match.