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There are theme tournaments on ICCF. Example for the Alapin variation of the Sicilian. However, it is correspondence chess, which might not be your cup of tea.


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If you want, chess.com allows you to play from a custom opening position against a computer, which you can choose your level. If you need help with it, go here. You can also send a game to a friend. https://support.chess.com/article/684-how-can-i-play-the-computer-from-a-custom-position Lichess does a similar thing. Create your personal board, and press ...


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I agree that AimChess is a paid service that seeks to give you customized answers using some fancy machine learning algorithms and normal engine play. However, I think you can recreate most of this yourself from some combination of openingtree.com, the default opening book, and lichess insights. Specifically, I'd first look at openingtree and your insights ...


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Lichess saves all chess games I played, and anybody can go to my profile page, filter on the games I lost, and see which openings I played there. Because I analyze a lot of my games, you can see where it went wrong. Tool: lichess database and your own time O jea, you can also see timing there, so you can also see in what time I played my blunders (rapid, ...


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Yes. Certainly. AimChess does exactly that. You may want to pay for it.


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