|| Description (Index of Games)
|| Monthly Grandmaster Challenge
Due to the absence of strong Man versus Machine competitions Rebel company introduced a new initiative called The Monthly GM Challenge (8 games, 1999/2000).
||REBEL vs. Lithuania Team-Challenge
The REBEL vs. Lithuania event was a very special one. REBEL CENTURY played against the top of the Baltijos Lyga chess club (located in Lithuania) on 4 boards. The event was broadcasted on Lithuania radio and televison. Saturday September 18, 1999 and Friday October 15, 1999.
|| REBEL against Viswanathan Anand 5-3
From July 21 till July 23,1998 REBEL in Italy on the island Ischia played 8 games against World's second best chess player Vishy Anand. In 3 days REBEL competed with Viswanathan (Vishy) Anand on the highest level.
The most exciting question was if a normal commercial available chess program running on a normal PC is able to compete with the human chess TOP. In all 8 games REBEL played very attractive chess resulting in a 5 -3 victory for REBEL. Spectators said that REBEL played very human alike and that they hardly could believe a
computer was playing these games.
|| REBEL in the Israeli League
REBEL CENTURY during the last season together with 3 other chess programs (Fritz, Junior and Shredder) participated in the Israeli League. REBEL in total played 8 games against strong human players on normal (tournament) time control. Again REBEL proofed in its natural style and class playing strong humans. REBEL CENTURY scored 5½ points out of 8 games losing only one game. REBEL CENTURY scored a TPR of 2541 and with this result REBEL (again) was the highest rated computer.
|| REBEL against Artur Yusupov 10½ - 6½
From June 2 till June 5,1997 Rebel in Italy on the island Ischia played 18 games against
topplayer Arthur Yusupov. After the match Yusupov said the following about his computer opponent: REBEL is a very strong program. In all games REBEL played sensible moves.
|| REBEL at AEGON 1993-1997
The yearly AEGON Man versus Machine tournament where 50 computers and 50 strong human chess players compete in 6 rounds. REBEL does very well against humans. Looking at the results of the last years at AEGON we see an increasing TPR due to software and hardware improvements.
AEGON '94: ELO 2470 (Rebel 6.0)
AEGON '95: ELO 2473 (Rebel 7.0)
AEGON '96: ELO 2530 (Rebel 8.0)
AEGON '97: ELO 2619 (Rebel 9.0)
|| REBEL vs. Guil Russek 3-1
Between December 26, 1999 and January 9, 2000 in Mexico City IM Guil Russek and REBEL CENTURY played a 4 game match in the traditional GM-challenge style with live support on ICC. The match ended with 3-1 in favor of REBEL, 2 wins and 2 draws.
|| Other REBEL against humans games from misc-events
Harvard man vs. machine tournament, Copa Samanel, rapid-match against Anatoly Karpov and some open-tournaments.