Don't know if this belongs here or in the culture category. Nevertheless ...
I'm trying to remember the name of a short story, probably 1950's or 1960's vintage, about a man with a chess-playing computer. It's a tabletop affair, luggable, and has found a way to cheat. (It just recently won a tournament.)
It also comes with the man into a bar, and the two share drinks (there's a spot on the machine where an opening appears, and I can't recall whether the man pours in the drink, or whether the computer has an arm that picks up the glass.
In any case, the two of them get pretty wasted, and they eventually leave the bar, but one of the patrons looks out the window (?) and watches them go. The bartender says something like, "Did he get off okay?" and the patron says, "They made to their car all right. And guess which of the two of them is doin' the drivin'."
Something like that. I've googled to no avail.
Thanks in advance.