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FearNoEvil
Member since Jul-19-04 · Last seen Nov-19-17
2007 U.S. Senior Chess Champion - author of many attacking chess books: Formation Attacks, Formation Attack Strategies, Positional Attacks, Attacking 101: Volume #001 & #002.

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   FearNoEvil has kibitzed 17 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-30-17 W Adams vs H Lyman, 1946 (replies)
 
FearNoEvil: Harry was a great guy, as several people have already attested on here. He taught me so many things about chess: the value of tempos, finding the truth in positions, how to attack, etc. But, he also gave me great advice about life, all when I was a teenager. I miss him, Joel ...
 
   Oct-08-16 Isle of Man Open (2016) (replies)
 
FearNoEvil: Alan, you have not played in 16 years? How? I just could not do that buddy. Are you still in Burlington?
 
   Dec-12-15 Fischer vs H Dondis, 1964 (replies)
 
FearNoEvil: RIP - 12/10/2015 - God Bless Harold
 
   Dec-08-15 London Chess Classic (2015) (replies)
 
FearNoEvil: To me, it is all about risk/reward - the tournaments need to be setup to reward risk takers - you can do things like using faster time controls, altering prize funds so that finishing in the middle with all draws is not a good result, and making two draws worth less than a win ...
 
   Jun-25-15 Walter Shawn Browne (replies)
 
FearNoEvil: The Chess Master who won the World Poker Championship was Dan Harrington from Boston. He also was my first Chess Master scalp. I remember Walter Browne in the first World Open back in 1973 at the now gone McAlphin Hotel in New York City across from Madisson Square Garden. I had ...
 
   Oct-05-14 Joel Johnson
 
FearNoEvil: Hi Redlance - nowhere near done - you can expect a bunch of books from me in the near future. Attacking 101: Volumes 2-4 before Xmas hopefully and Mental Perceptions (Formation Attacks 4) in 2015. A bunch of coaches use my books for teaching including FM Eric Schiller and IM Jim ...
 
   May-18-14 15th Poikovsky Karpov Tournament (2014) (replies)
 
FearNoEvil: How are you doing Alan? Really long time, no see. What have you been up to? Joel
 
   Jan-12-13 A Sacks vs M Micayabas, 1984 (replies)
 
FearNoEvil: Andrew -- can you email me, Joel Johnson -- bigbear12@hotmail.com
 
   Jan-03-13 Brian Wall (replies)
 
FearNoEvil: Seeing that we are taking quotes from my books. Here are my thoughts related to "Creative Thinkers" from "Formation Attack Strategies". To all the players who are not confined by conventional thinking. Chess is a thinking sport. Therefore one would think, intellectual imagination
 
   Jun-17-12 John A Curdo (replies)
 
FearNoEvil: I have a short section in my new book, "Formation Attack Strategies", entitled "The Legend of John Curdo". I talk about some of his habits and his approach to chess games. Joel Johnson
 
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