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Geza Maroczy / Abonyi / Sterk
  
Number of games in database: 1
Years covered: 1917


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GEZA MAROCZY / ABONYI / STERK
Hungary

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Geza Maroczy, Istvan Abonyi & Karoly Sterk.


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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Lasker / Barasz / Breyer vs Maroczy / Abonyi / Sterk ½-½25191710.29 con HUN BudapestC00 French Defense

Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-24-10
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  GrahamClayton: Sterk was involved in another consultation game which shows that even teams of players can make blunders.

Sterk was playing the Black pieces with Bogolyubov, Grunfeld, Kostics and Abonyi against unknown players and unknown location and date when the following position was reached with Black to move:


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The Black team played 1....♖e4, expecting 2.♗e4, buit instead White played 2.♘h6+. Black only had the choice of losing their Queen after 2...♔h8 3.♘f7+, or 2...♔g7 3.♘f5+.

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