Are there tools to study your own opening variations at random?

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    Listudy - chess training server

    Right now, I'm using Lichess Studies to make an "Interactive Lesson" chapter in which I create the main line, together with a lot of variations. Then, I import that chapter into and am able to practice the variations of the opening. However, the order of the variations is always exactly the same. I'm already very happy with this method, but by getting the same order of variations, I get the feeling that I'm giving myself an unfair advantage in making the right moves. Is there any tool out there which can randomize the variations you get while practicing?

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