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The system aims to build a tool you can use to create a chess opening library by hand. Normal chess opening libraries are build up automatically using millions of grandmaster games. However it might be a nice different approach to build up the opening lines by your self / by hand. So you can choose your own understanding or computer analysis to find the best moves for a given chess position. And not what other chess players played. The tool offers features to enter the line to this position and will store the position as a fen. Storing much more information you will be able to search and export your database in many files to be easily used in your chess program. See more details in the wiki area.

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