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I have a decent collection of chess books, but I've only been able to finish a couple of them. There are so many variations of moves that it takes me forever just to get through a few pages. If I have a diagram of the position the example starts from(or set it up on a chess board) I can usually play out 6-10 moves in my head, but soon as the author describes a variation on the previous example I get lost. Are there any techniques that would help me to read faster? Is it even possible to read one without using a chess board?
i think u can insert different variations on Chessmaster 9000 and an arrow pointing down comes up by the move. All you do is enter the main line first, then you can go back to where you want to enter the variation and u just do the move that is the variation and the arrow will come up by that move. If you click that arrow it will show you all the different variations you entered, and you can add more moves to that variation.
Book's games already in chessbase or pgn files: