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Five professional shogi players lost Saturday to computer programs in a public competition, stunning the world of Japanese chess.

Hiroyuki Miura, 39, lost against the GPSShogi program in the last of the five matches in this year’s Shogi Master Versus Machine Match series. In the team competition, the humans lost three matches, won one and drew one.

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