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Default Ray Cheng, 'Practical Chess Exercises'

I own Ray Cheng's "Practical Chess Exercises"
(Wheatmark 2007).
It' a very good book with 600 "Lessons from Tactics to Strategy".

Or according to IM John Watson (USA):
"If You study this book,
you will acquire the most important chess skill of all:
the ability to think for yourself."

Now I arrived at exercise #155.
I'm looking for other readers who have generated a database
of Cheng's exercises - to repeat these puzzles by pc.

Any hint?

Manuel


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