Cerón, Alfonso (1535-1600)
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|Alternative first name spellings: Xerone, Girón.|
|Description: Alfonso Cerón was a Spanish priest and chess master. He was considered one of the strongest Spanish chess players in the 16th century in Europe. In 1575, Cerón was one of the chess players in the First International Tournament at the Royal Court of Spain in El Escorial, and he took 4th place. In addition, Cerón was the writer of a chess treatise: “De latrunculorum ludo”, a manuscript that no copy is known today.
|Sex: Male.||Occupation: Chess player. Priest.|
|Place of Birth / Death: Granada, Spain. / Gerona, Spain
||Country Tags: Spain.|
|Centuries: XVI||Title: Unofficial World Champion.|
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|Music Composers vs. Chess Players:|
- Alfonso Cerón in esacademic.com: https://esacademic.com/dic.nsf/eswiki/63599 – [12/11/2019].
- Alfonso Cerón in peoplepill.com: https://peoplepill.com/people/alfonso-ceron/ – [12/11/2019].
- Alfonso Cerón in revolvy.com: https://www.revolvy.com/page/Alfonso-Ceron – [12/11/2019].
- Wikipedia.org: Alfonso Cerón: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfonso_Ceron – [12/11/2019].
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