Original sentence: C aficionados love this aspect of C because it means that C does not try to protect them from themselves: when they know what they're doing, even if it's risky or obscure, they can do it.

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Extra Comments:

Clause 1: C aficionados love this aspect of C

Clause 2: because it means that C does not try to protect them from themselves:

Clause 3: when they know what they're doing, even if it's risky or obscure, they can do it.

Analysis:

Clause 1: C aficionados love this aspect of C

S+V: aficionados love
C:

Q:
E: C aficionados love
C:

Q:
E: C aficionados love this aspect
C:

Q:
E: C aficionados love this aspect of C
C:

Clause translation:

Clause 2: because it means that C does not try to protect them from themselves:

S+V: it means
C:

Q:
E: it means that
C:

Q:
E: it means that C does not try
C:

Q:
E: it means that C does not try to protect them
C:

Q:
E: it means that C does not try to protect them from themselves:
C:

Q:
E: because it means that C does not try to protect them from themselves:
C:

Clause translation:

Clause 3: when they know what they're doing, even if it's risky or obscure, they can do it.

S+V: when they know
C:

Q:
E: when they know what they're doing,
C:

Q:
E: when they know what they're doing, they can do it.
C:

Q:
E: when they know what they're doing, even if they can do it.
C:

Q:
E: when they know what they're doing, even if it's risky they can do it.
C:

Q:
E: when they know what they're doing, even if it's risky or obscure, they can do it.
C:

Clause translation:

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