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In Chess Mentor, I would like to know the rationale for the "Sequential" course sequence. I'm looking for a way to work through all the courses with each new one building on all the prior. I don't like the Adaptive since it skips a lot that I would at least like to review before skipping.
Sequential seems to jump around and not follow any logical sequencing. If I don't find anything better, I will probably list the courses easiest first but than at the end of each course, I will have to manually go to the next course since easiest to harder is not an option for automatically going to the next course upon completion of current course.
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