Anyone watch this match on ESPN? I saw it via the webcast and it was pretty exciting (if you call waiting 3 minutes for each move to be exciting -- but still more fast paced than baseball). What I don't understand is how the two players were compared. A lot of comparisons stated that Fritz could analyze 800,000 per second while Kasparov can only analyze 3. Well, if that's the case, then why isn't Kasparov getting his ass kicked every time? I don't like the original analogy that IBM used when Kasparov played Deep Blue. Apparently, Kasparov's brain is analyzing thousands of positions per second. He may not be consciously aware of it, but instinctively he knows that certain moves do nothing for the game. There has to be some serious computation going on in the recesses of his mind.