Iolo Ceredig Jones
Iolo Ceredig Jones (born 2 August 1947) is a Welsh former international chess player born in Llandysul. He is notable as the co-author of the only Welsh language chess manual, A chwaraei di wyddbwyll?, which he wrote with his father, T. Llew Jones.
Jones was the joint Welsh champion in 1982–3. He competed for Wales at 14 consecutive Chess Olympiads between 1972 and 1998 and won a gold medal for his performance at the 1990 Olympiad at Novi Sad, Yugoslavia. In 2011 he took a break from retirement and participated in the European Team Chess Championship for the Welsh team.
He is also the brother of the political activist and writer, Emyr Llewelyn.
- "Iolo Ceredig Jones, games archive". New In Chess.
- Whyld, Ken (1986), Chess: The Records, Guinness Books, p. 146, ISBN 0-85112-455-0
- "Gêmau Iolo Ceredig Jones" (in Welsh). gemaugwyddbwyll.com.
- Olympiad record for Jones, Iolo at olimpbase.org
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