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The REBEL database has been expanded with 300,000 games. The Rebel database has now 800,000 high qualified chess games.

The REBEL database is the life-work of Wybe Koopmans who spends over 1000 hours a year to build his ultimate database.

Rebel 11.0's new 800,000 (800,026 to be exatly) chess game database is estimated close to 6000 man hours work. Indeed a life-work.

The REBEL database (besides the large number of chess games) offers you excellent tools to view, search, maintain, statistics, import, export your databases.

Using the REBEL database you don't need an external separate database program if you are an average database user, the REBEL database offers you over 50 functions enough to keep you busy for years.



The REBEL 800,000 database in more detail (statistics are generated with Rebel Century 3.0)
  • View the Complete Overview. Nicely sorted on name and only players with more than 500 games are listed as the whole list of all players is 6.7 Mb (!!) which is stored on the REBEL 11.0 cdrom in case you are interested.


  • View the TOP-40 ELO Overview. This overview (provided you have a good elo maintained database) will produce the best players in the database based on ELO.
    
       Name                     Tot       Score         +        -   Perc   Elo
    
    
    
      1. Kasparov,G            2398  1645.0 -  753.0  1100 1090  208   68%  2737
    
      2. Fischer,R             1274   906.5 -  367.5   701  411  162   71%  2724
    
      3. Kramnik,V             1088   684.0 -  404.0   393  582  113   62%  2703
    
      4. Lasker,E              2009  1313.5 -  695.5  1015  597  397   65%  2682
    
    
    It is remarkable to see Robert Fischer on the second place very close to Garry Kasparov. And what to think about good old Emanuel Lasker on the 4th place? Furthermore the current world championship match (October/November 2000) Kasparov-Kramnik seems to be justified according to the REBEL database as they seems to be the 2 strongest chess players in the world at this moment.

    Even more remarkable is Rebel's 14th place! with a 62% score and an elo of 2623.
     14. Comp Rebel             182   114.5 -   67.5    94   41   47   62%  2623
  • View the TOP-40 PERCENTAGE Overview. This overview will produce the best 40 players in the database based on percentage and the volume of games played. The latter means that a player who only played 1 game and won is not listed.
    
       Name                     Tot       Score          +        -  Perc   Elo
    
    
    
      1. Kasparov,G            2398  1645.0 -  753.0  1100 1090  208   68%  2737
    
      2. Alekhine,A            2841  1958.5 -  882.5  1481  955  405   68%     0
    
      3. Najdorf,M             1753  1163.0 -  590.0   793  740  220   66%  2515
    
      4. Lasker,E              2009  1313.5 -  695.5  1015  597  397   65%  2680
    
      5. Keres,P               2152  1396.0 -  756.0   923  946  283   64%  2573
    
      6. Karpov,A              3211  2013.5 - 1197.5  1171 1685  355   62%  2655
    
      7. Tal,M                 2624  1627.5 -  996.5   978 1299  347   62%  2577
    
      8. Petrosian,T           2573  1603.0 -  970.0   848 1510  215   62%  2562
    
      9. Botvinnik,M           1776  1108.5 -  667.5   716  785  275   62%  2348
    
     10. Kortchnoi,V           4096  2528.0 - 1568.0  1596 1864  636   61%  2573
  • View the Overview by YEAR. Overview of the entire 800,000 game database by year and the number of games played each year. As you can see the REBEL database contains over 15,000 chess games before 1900, a very nice collection to have!














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