DeepMind AlphaGo vs Lee Sedol

Lee Sedol played an historic five game match against Google DeepMind's AlphaGo computer program in March 2016.
 
AlphaGo won the match, making it the first time a computer Go program had defeated a world class human player on even terms:

AlphaGo 4 – Lee Sedol 1

After defeating Fan Hui 2p with a 5–0 score, Google DeepMind chose to challenge Lee Sedol because of his record as the best Go player in the world over the last decade.
 
The games were even, with $1 million USD in prize money for the winner.
 
The match took place from March 9 to 15, 2016, in Seoul, Korea. Here's the match record:
 
Game 1: Mar 9 — AlphaGo wins by resignationVideo
Game 2: Mar 10 — AlphaGo wins by resignationVideoCommentary
Game 3: Mar 12 — AlphaGo wins by resignationVideo
Game 4: Mar 13 — Lee Sedol wins by resignation!VideoCommentary
Game 5: Mar 15. — AlphaGo wins by resignationVideo
 
As with the Lee Sedol vs Gu Li Jubango, this page was updated with news and professional game analysis as events unfolded.

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