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Stefan Szabo vs Jaroslav Sajtar
Bucharest (1953), Bucharest ROU, rd 16, Feb-??
Sicilian Defense: Grand Prix Attack (B23)  ·  1/2-1/2



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  Honza Cervenka: Stefan Szabo
Jan-30-04  Catfriend: LOL Honza, can you explain all about these Szabo's? I'm confused.
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  Honza Cervenka: <Catfriend> It is quite simple. Laszlo Szabo was a famous Hungarian grandmaster. Stefan Szabo was quite strong player from Romania, who played in several international tournaments, especially in the first half of 1950s. Both were playing in Bucharest 1953. It seems to be that some games of Stefan are mistakenly saved in the file of Lazslo Szabo.
Jan-30-04  Catfriend: And Djuro and one more?
Premium Chessgames Member Thanks, Honza. You definitely know your Szabos.
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  Honza Cervenka: Djuro Szabo was any participant of the 2nd BCA Congress in Birmingham 1858. Of course, he certainly did not play that game against Laszlo Szabo from 1952 Hungarian championship, which is now in his file. It was played by Dezso Szabo, another quite strong player from Hungary. By the way, "Szabo" is pretty common surname in Hungary and other countries with strong Hungarian minorities like Romania, Slovakia, Yugoslavia or Croatia.

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