I play chess online and use an engine to review the game afterwards. This works well when I get out of the opening, but under my current configuration (Raptor GUI running StockFish) I don't get great insight into the beginning of my games. Instead of using the automatic annotation I end up stepping through the first couple moves using a free online openings guide. There are two drawbacks to my current system:
- Manually reentering my moves through a the web interface is a little painful
- I could use a larger opening book and more detailed comments
Is there a tool (free or commercial) that will provide this? Bonus points if it runs under OS X.
I've looked at the offerings from another question on annotation, one that's not focused on the opening. It looks to me like Tarrasch will tell me what the book moves are, but not tell me much about them, and Arena does something with opening books, but I can't tell what. These are PC applications so I'm basing my comments only on the websites.