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Opening variations have a per variation 'Drill' button that will launch the opening trainer with the variation selected for revision. Note when launched in this manner 'Review in order' training mode will be selected so that you can traverse the entire variation. If you normally use spaced repetition for training , click on 'train branch' after the position has loaded and that will use your default training method with the variation position selected.
You can use RepertoireMoves games with non-initial position in an opening book, however you will need at least one RepertoireMoves game that joins up the missing moves that lead to the initial position, otherwise the repertoirewill not be usable once imported into the opening trainer. For example if all the variations in your book are in the Ruy Lopez, then you can start most of the repertoire moves games from the position after the moves 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 have been played, but you need at least one repertoire moves game that includes those leadup moves.
To determine how much context is shown, the system looks at the full line from the move chosen for display up to thestart position in the game. If the moves are extremely well known the system may skip them completely, if they aresomewhat less known the system will choose to display them as context, with how well known dictating how fast the systemwill move through the moves. This enables the system to provide you some context, but make sure you are not wasting yourtime seeing context that is already second nature to you. The system may also decide that a move that appears earlierin the line than the move that is chosen for display was close to being scheduled, and so present that move as atraining move before reaching the target move. This further optimizes the use of context by using the context to presentmore than one training target from the context line for training. There are several settings to control the contextbehaviours in your opening trainer settings, including options that can be used to make the system ask you to play ALL the leadup context moves.
Choose between our main chesstempo game database (the one containing OTB games, including master games), a recent snapshot of games played on the playing server (the last 3 million games matching the rating criteria), and your own games played on chesstempo. Each of these has different pros and cons. Using the main game database produces stats that reflect quality game play, especially if you choose a master level rating range for the rating filter. Stats based on move choices in master games will produce a better estimate of move quality than estimates extracted from games played on chesstempo or most likely your own games. Using data from chesstempo games will not reflect the high quality play of the OTB master games, but if you want to use the opening explorer data in conjunction with the common positions first option, the data may better reflect the positions you will experience when playing online, especially if you choose a rating range that reflects players of a strength you regularly play against. Choosing your own chesstempo games as the playing source provides game counts that are very specific to the lines you are playing in your online games, but may lack statistical power in low frequency lines.
This option controls what happens to moves that are not found to have any explorer data (i.e no matching games) in the current sync. By default this option is on, and such moves will have any existing stats cleared. If you want to keep stats on non-matching moves then turn this option off. An example of a situation where you may want to turn this option off is if you want to sync from several game sources. For example if you want to use the 'common positions' learning priority option, then you may want to first sync with the main database, then the CT playing database, and then finally your own CT games, thus ensuring that the common positions first option will at least use moves played in any matching games across all 3 sources in preference to moves in games not found in any source. To do this you would need to turn off the 'clear explorer stats for non-matches moves' option for each of your 3 syncs. You can also use a combination of either the order of syncing or use the "Only add explorer stats to moves without existing values" option to control which stats source is preferred if stats are available for a move from all 3 sources. Note that if you want to prioritise based on the count of your own games over other sources, then you probably want to sync that source first, and only after running out of moves with explorer data from your own games, syncing one or both of the other sources, otherwise the larger counts from the main game db and chesstempo games sources will overwhelm the numbers in your own games, prioritising based on master games and CT games first.
Any comments you have made on a position or move in the comment panel, or comments imported automatically from a PGN import will bemade visible in the personal comments panel. You can control when these items will be visible via the 'Show our move comments' setting in the opening trainer settings panel.
The opening explorer provides a view of the popularity and performanceof moves in the current position. If you are considering adding a newmove to the repertoire, it can be used as a guide to see what masterlevel players are choosing to play in the position, and their successwhen playing each move. You can also turn on the option to show themost popular move in the explorer as an arrow on the main openingtrainer board.
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