"I knew right away he would be coming after me. So I changed my style and waited for him to come. Like I would trap him in a room, and then he’d be forced—because he was down—to be the one that comes around the corner and starts shooting. But I’d be shooting at the corner, so he had nothing to do but take the first shot in the face. That’s how I ended up winning."
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Gamers Extreme: Resources for the Hardcore Gamer — GX Guide to Quake II CTF
"Like the game of Quake II itself, Capture the Flag is an incredibly fun experience, but even that can be heightened greatly by understanding the basic and advanced strategies used by veteran players to frag and cap with ease. These strategies involve the knowledge and implementation of the game's 'Tech Powerups,' standard Deathmatch skills to employ in fights, and later, communication with members of your team, setting up offensive and defensive squads, and much more. CTF, as a 'goal-based' game, redefines standard free-for-all and team games, and is truly the Thinking Man's Quake II."
CGN GamesMania: Profile of Thresh — Some of Threshs Favorite Movies, 1998
"Some of the favorite movies of Dennis Thresh Fong... Quake 2 champion - some would say the best player ever... and evidently, one of the world's biggest Nick Cage fans."
Master Blaster: They call him Doomgod, by Lawrence E. Joseph — Saturday, January 4, 1997
"They call him Doomgod, the one who can kill blindfolded. He defanged the Cobra and snuffed the magician known as Merlock. But Dennis Fong, 19, is no Terminator. He's a popular student at the community college in Los Altos, Calif., where he lives with his parents and does (most of) his chores. So why does he go by the name Thresh, as in threshold of pain?"
Pro gaming: Where the really great players are, by Matt Richtel — New York Times, Thursday, November 26, 1998
"Kurt Shimada is shaking with joy, disbelief and a twinge of guilt. Moments ago, in the preliminary round of the computer game championships, he didn't just beat but demolished Dennis Fong, who happens to be the Michael Jordan of computer games."