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Is there any website or software program that allows you to load a position and have it analyze to tell you the possible move combinations it took to arrive at that position? I know there are many resources that could tell you what the next best move is but I'd like to see what it took to get to that position. I have Fritz 11 but I can't figure out how to do it...if it's even possible. Thanks!
Unless, it is an early opening position, there might be a trillion or more moves to get to any certain position.
Oh I know...was just curious if there are any tools like this...
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