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Reply #2 - 04/05/09 at 13:12:21
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Reply #1 - 07/01/05 at 20:56:27
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The program chess position trainer might be ok for your purpose, and also it's free. The website is www.chesspositiontrainer.com
  
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07/01/05 at 17:02:29
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I was wondering if there was a clever way to maintain analysis files for a given opening in chessbase.  As it is, I am more or less doing this by hand, with a separate game entry for each variation (for example).  This has the obvious drawbacks that it isn't scalable (as analysis grows, files have to be split by hand between subvariations), and doesn't deal well with transpositions.  At any rate, I'd be happy to learn of a better system.
  
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