Sally Simpson: More background from an article on ChessBase:
In the first half of 1994 Intel staged what was possibly the strongest blitz tournament of all times.
17 GMs with an Elo average of 2625, and one computer running Fritz 3, played a round robin blitz tournament in Munich, Germany.
The hardware was an Olivetti with the latest Intel processor, a Pentium 90 MHz, one of only three such powerful machines in Europe.
To everyone's surprise Fritz beat GMs Chernin, Anand, Cvitan, Gelfand, Wojtkiewicz, Hjartarson, Kasparov, Kramnik and Short (in that order) to finish equal first with Kasparov.
In the playoff a very determined Kasparov demolished the machine 4:1."
And Bill Hartston writing in The Independent 1994.
Bill says it was Fritz 2, it was probably Fritz 3. Fritz 3 won the 1995 World Computer Chess Championship in Hong Kong.
Bill makes a very good prediction also adding his sobering thought.
"In a day of five-minute games, it beat Kasparov, Short, Anand, Kramnik and Gelfand. Finally, Fritz 2 and Kasparov shared first place.
Kasparov won the play-off by 4-1, but it is only a matter of time before the machine overtakes even him.
Meanwhile, here's a sobering thought:
Fritz 2 can examine more positions during a single game than a human being can in an entire lifetime. "
For some reason the final moves have been blanked out. Maybe C.G. does not want us kibitzers hurling 'catcalls' at Fritz's final moves.
The final position.