Writing in the New York Times, December 6, 1994, chess columnist Robert Byrne gloats: "Joel Benjamin, baffling a computer with human technique, wins a Harvard Cup spinoff match. "The match billed as the Fifth Harvard Cup Intel Championship Playoff was not really a proper playoff.... In the playoff, at the Manhattan Club on Nov. 9, Joel Benjamin upheld the honor of the humans by winning from WChess, 4 to 1. "WChess, programmed by David Kittinger and running on a 90MHz Intel Pentium Processor......." Right. Now the question is: Can Joel uphold our honor against an opponent WITHOUT a handicap?
(From the "Rest" of RHF)