Yoel Aloni

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Yoel Aloni (Hebrew: יואל אלוני‎‎; born 30 September 1937) an Israeli chess master and problemist.[1]

He played twice for Israel in Chess Olympiads.

He took 4th in Israel Chess Solving Championship at Tel Aviv 2005 (Ram Soffer won).[3] He took 53rd in the 29th World Chess Solving Championship at Eretria 2005 (Piotr Murdzia won).[4]