Sergey Karjakin, winner of the recent Norway Chess championship, will compete in a tournament of a different sort next week in Moscow. As part of the Blitz Chess Championships 2013 for Chess Playing Robots, Karjakin will face robot ChessKa, the winner to earn a prize of 1 million rubles (approximately $32,000).

Blitz Chess is a time-controlled form of the game, meaning it can be lost in the usual fashion or by running out of time. In Blitz, players are typically allocated 5-15 minutes each.

Here are two robots playing a 5 minute game.