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Satisfied Customers

"After PhotoReading a series of books, it is like sitting in front of a panel of experts and being able to shoot questions to them."
Huy Nguy, Process Development Engineer, 3M
St. Paul, Minnesota

"I PhotoRead every book on chess and every document on actual chess games I could find. Strategies outlined in the books began appearing in my own playing. Within a year I earned the title of State Co-Champion. I now teach chess, and I encourage everyone to use PhotoReading to improve their game."
Leonard Johnson
Minneapolis, Minnesota


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