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For example, say I want to run deep analysis on 1.d4, but I'd like to ensure 1.d4 h3 is looked at, how can I achieve this?

From the chessbase manual: "Variations that are in the notation at the start of the analysis are never deleted and are always analysed, unless they are the results of a previous Cloud Analysis."

I've tried starting the analysis with 1.d4 h3 in the notation, but as soon as I hit deep analysis, h3 is removed from the notation and not looked at (and no, it's not a result of a previous cloud analysis).

Does anyone know how to achieve the behavior I'm after?

I'm on ChessBase 17 with the latest update.

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  • We aren't the ChessBase help center. Commented Mar 22, 2023 at 23:30
  • @RewanDemontay Why is there a chessbase tag if I can't post chessbase questions Commented Mar 22, 2023 at 23:33
  • Not everything about ChessBase is applicable as a question. Commented Mar 23, 2023 at 1:51
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    Looking at the tag again, it seems whether or not closing questions asking how to use portions of ChessBase is inconsistently applied. Yet, then there are plenty of open questions of how to use lichess and chess.com... seems to be time for a meta question to revisit the subject as a whole perhaps. Commented Mar 23, 2023 at 2:59
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    I'll just throw in that I came to this forum for help specifically because chessbase doesn't have it's own dedicated forums like chess.com or lichess.org. This stack exchange currently exists as the best option to build a knowledge base of information on chessbase, whether its usage-specific or not. Commented Mar 23, 2023 at 3:09

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say I want to run deep analysis on 1.d4, but I'd like to ensure 1.d4 h3 is looked at, how can I achieve this?

In previous versions of Chessbase (I still use Chessbase 6) the way to achieve this kind of thing was to construct your own opening book containing only the opening lines you wanted it to look at and tell Chessbase to use this book.

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