sneaky pete: This game is incomplete (correction with missing moves submitted).
Geza Nagy reports in <Budapesti Hirlap> how during the game, after 14... Nxf2, he was accosted by Merényi:
"This Italian is a patzer. He wanted to exchange pieces on e5, but he didn't consider that I could sacrifice my knight on f2 first and then regain the piece, with a pawn to the good."
It wasn't until around move 20 that Merényi realised what he had done.
A few moves later, he put on his coat, which had been hanging over the back of his chair, and with hat in hand started walking around the tournament hall, watching the other games in progress. He made some more moves <en passant>, when it was his turn to move.
Sacconi, expecting resignation any moment, obligingly blundered the knight back on move 32.
After 48 moves this position was reached:
The draw was agreed on move 60.