Rebel 9 FAQ
The basic material for this FAQ are the most asked questions (and answers) of the Rebel users to the Rebel team and the Rebel related discussions in the rec.games.chess.computer newsgroup.
To solve any questions/problems in using Rebel 9.0, follow the following lookup strategy:
Rebel 9.0 is a product of Schröder BV (headed by Ed Schröder)
Schröder BV Software Development Postbus 6365 7401 JJ Deventer, The Netherlands Email: firstname.lastname@example.org WWW: http://www.rebel.nl/and available since October 14th, 1997.
The main chess engine improvements are:
The following platforms are supported by Rebel 9:
There is no official OS/2 support. Because Rebel 9 may or may not run under Windows NT for unknown reasons, there is also no Windows NT support.
The maximum of suported RAM (max. hashtable size) is 64 Mb.
The hash table limitations are added to avoid swap delays in a Windows Environment.
All customers of Rebel 9 (new of update) with internet access can register for the
Rebel 9 subscription area. All members have access to free updates of the Bonus CD material and more.
Schröder BV offers the following add-ons for Rebel 9.0:
Read the Bonus CD description at the Schröder BV web area for further details.
Rebel Million Database
Have a look at the Schröder BV web area to find out more about this products.
You can find a lot of game material in PGN format at the University of Pittburgh Chess Club's FTP server under the PGN directory. In the subdirectory Events you can find tournaments, sorted by year and event, and in the subdirectory Players you can find games of famous players, sorted by name. You can get a complete index of all available data (PGN, CA, CBF, ...) by downloading the file allindex.zip.
Last updated: Saturday, 28. March 1998